The Case of the Spurious Spinster Author:Erle Stanley Gardner Although Amelia Corning, owner of the Corning mine interests, was confined to a wheel chair, no one had the misconception that she was a gentle, little old lady. Half-blind and crippled, she might be, but lesser characters quailed before her steel-trap mind and razor-sharp tongue--and Susan Fisher was no exception. — How could Susan explain the d... more »iscrepancies she found in teh company accounts, or the shoebox she had wrested from the district manager's 7-year-old son--a shoebox filled with $100 bills?
She couldn't. That's why she went to Perry Mason, and in no time flat the lawyer was walking the worst tight rope of his legal career. As for Miss Corning, she barely missed being wheeled out feet first.« less