Death of an airman / Christopher St. John Sprigg ; with an introduction by Martin Edwards
Book | Poisoned Pen Press | 2015 | First edition.
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First US Trade paperback edition.
253 pages ; 21 cm.
British Library crime classics
British Library crime classics.
Originally published in 1934.
"Published by Poisoned Pen Press in association with the British Library."--Title page verso.
"George Furnace, flight instructor at Baston Aero Club, dies instantly when his plane crashes into the English countryside. People who knew him are baffled - Furnace was a first-rate pilot, and the plane was in perfect condition - and the inquest records a verdict of death by misadventure. An Australian visitor to the aero club, Edwin Marriott, Bishop of Cootamundra, suspects that the true story is more complicated. Could this be a dramatic suicide - or even murder? Together with Inspector Bray of Scotland Yard, the intrepid bishop must uncover a cunning criminal scheme."--provided from Amazon.com.
Edwards, Martin, 1955-