The Girl at Central: By Geraldine Bonner ; Illustrated by Arthur William Brown
Molly Morganthau works as a switchboard operator for a New York telephone exchange. But Molly has a secret: she's also an amateur detective who picks up clues by eavesdropping on callers. In Geraldine Bonner's first Molly Morganthau novel, Molly helps to solve a murder. Subsequent books featuring the character saw her working as an undercover private eye for a team of lawyers.
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