Ordeal by Innocence
According to the courts, Jacko Argyle bludgeoned his mother to death with a poker. The sentence was life imprisonment. But when Dr. Arthur Calgary arrives with the proof that confirms Jacko’s innocence, it is too late—Jacko died behind bars following a bout of pneumonia. Worse still, the doctor’s revelations reopen old wounds in the family, increasing the likelihood that the real murderer will strike again.
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Review: Ordeal by InnocenceUser Review - Carol - Goodreads
You really have to admire 1950s for their marvelous plot devices. Amnesiacs, mistaken identities, and in this mystery by Agatha Christie, a man with a concussion fails to provide an alibi, and shortly ... Read full review
Review: Ordeal by InnocenceUser Review - Gretchen - Goodreads
This one dragged through the first 20 chapters or so and then rushed to the finish in the last four. I gave it three stars simply because, as a fan, I couldn't give it anything less than that ... Read full review