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The renowned mystery writer John Lexman is accused of murder and has been imprisoned. His good friend, T.X. Meredith tries and proves his innocence.
What makes this book stand out?
The book is home to clear and crisp storytelling. Although you can see that you could predict the outcome, you cannot put it down until you make sure of it for yourself.
Read it for
This novel has in store all for the fans of classic mystery – a truly evil villain privileged with extreme wealth, a locked room murder, an intelligent, young investigator, a prison break, and a young woman.
Don't read it for
If you wanted an intriguing plot with occasional, if not frequent, twists, this might not be for you. The story is always moving unidirectionally with a clear demarcation between good and evil