The Case of the Rolling Bones Author:Erle Stanley Gardner One Corpse, Two Sets of Bones — Perry Mason sat quietly in his office and complained to Della Street that life was dull. Two minutes later he was neck deep in trouble. It involved Alden Leeds, black sheep of the Leeds family. It seemed that when Uncle Alden was much younger he had run away to Alaska. There he had struck gold and become entangled ... more »with a Klondike dance-hall girl. Now that girl had reappeared and staked a claim on Alden. His heirs took one look at her and objected strenuously.
They objected so strenouosly that Alden's life became complicated. The complications included blackmail, a pair of dice that just naturally rolled naturals, and a Los Angeled bathroom containing a corpse. Only Perry Mason could have touched off the kind of fireworks that knocked the D.A.'s office for a loop and identified the killer in one of Erle Stanley Gardner's swiftest climaxes.« less