No Tears for Hilda: Max Easterbrook Investigates; Andrew Garve
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Max Easterbrook arrives in London to discover that his best friend, kindly George Lambert, has been charged with wife-murder. Max can't believe that his friend is guilty, and tries to find evidence that will prove his innocence, but the picture is bleak, with George known to be in a love relationship with a pretty young nurse and the deceased wife, Hilda, seemingly a harmless woman without an enemy in the world. Beautifully presented with striking artwork and stylish yet easy-to-read type, avid readers of crime will love reading this gripping, well-written thriller. The appetite for traditional crime fiction has never been stronger, and Arcturus Crime Classics aim to introduce a new generation of readers to some of the great crime writing of the 20th century - especially the so-called 'golden era' of the 30s and 40s.
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