Flowers for the Judge
One morning, Tom Barnabas of the publishers Barnabas & Company left his house as usual, then simply vanished. Twenty years later, his cousin Paul, now head of the company, meets an untimely death. To solve Paul's murder, Campion has to go back two decades and sort through a legacy of treachery to solve a case sure to be one of his most difficult.
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Review: Flowers for the Judge (Albert Campion #7)User Review - Tony Renner - Goodreads
Flowers for the Judge (1936) is Margery Allingham's 7th novel to feature amateur detective Albert Campion. Combining not only a locked room mystery but also a 20-year-old missing person case with ... Read full review
Review: Flowers for the Judge (Albert Campion #7)User Review - Jillian - Goodreads
Another good Campion re-read. Here are lots of examples of Allingham's observation of both places and people and her skill in describing these in both significant detail and terms that connect to our ... Read full review