When Pickford's body was found hanging from a beam in his garage,
Inspector Loxton was sure that it was a case of suicide following a
series of financial and domestic worries. Then came the
criminologist with his slogan, 'Common sense is all you need', and
in ten minutes he upset the inspector's hypothesis. Further
evidence pointed so clearly in one direction that the arrest and
the conviction of the criminal seemed almost a matter of form. But
both the Inspector and the expert are way off course, and it is
left to the Chief Constable to clear up the mystery ...'Mr
Connington has the art of writing delightful detective novels'
Baltimore Evening Sun
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