The Case of the Deadly Toy Author:Erle Stanley Gardner Nords Allison began to get letters. — They came in plain envelopes with her name printed on them. Each one contained a newspaper clipping. Each clipping was a story about a man who had shot a woman - a divorced husband who couldn't live without his wife, a jilted suitor, a drink-crazed lover. — Norda went to a lawyer who called in the postal auth... more »orities. The letters kept coming. Norda went to the police. They were very sympathetic, but what could they do aboit it?
Then Norda discovered the toy press that was printing her name on the envelopes. She hired Perry Mason to represent her and took him to the house where she'd seen the press.
The press wasn't there, but trouble, real trouble was waiting. Suddenly Perry Mason had aclient who was booked on suspicion of murder. The dead man had been her fiance'.
AND THE MURDER WEAPON WAS FOUND UNDER HER PILLOW!« less