Frank Wimble never doubted his ability to do anything he wanted. When he set out to commit the perfect murder he was entirely confident.
When his wife vanishes the locals all assume Wimble has done it, especially when he starts to go around with his young mistress. But with no body and no evidence the police can't do much. They can't do anything, in fact, until Wimble gets unlucky and a most damning piece of evidence suddenly appears. But is it enough to convict Wimble at trial?
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'Underwood's novels are insidiously hard to put down' IndependentAbout the Author:
Michael Underwood (the pseudonym of John Michael Evelyn) was born in Worthing, Sussex and educated at Christ Church College, Oxford. He was called to the Bar in 1939 and served in the British army during World War Two. He returned to work in the Department of Public Prosecutions until his retirement in 1976, and wrote almost 50 crime novels informed by his career in the law. His five series characters include Sergeant Nick Atwell and lawyer Rosa Epton, of whom it was said by the Washington Post that she 'outdoes Perry Mason'.
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Book Description Harpercollins, 1987. Paperback. Book Condition: New. First Edition. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0060808683
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