Death Disturbs Mr Jefferson Author:Anne Hocking Mr. Jefferson, after living a neat and tidy life for years, made a neat and tidy murder victim. Chief Inspector William Austen felt that the problem was this: Here was a man who had lived alone except for his servants, who had no particular women in his life, who seemed detached from the feelings of love and hate and yet had provoked someone t... more »o the point of murder.
Jefferson's one absorbing interest in life was his glass collection. Would his fees as a lawyer have paid for this valuable collection? Had collecting become a mania with him, warped him to the point of doing anything to get the necessary money?
Inspector Austen had to investigate a good many well-known people including a prominent author, an historian, a concert duo, an eminent physician, a politician, and a beqautiful woman to nail the one person with the motive, opportunity and the method for murder.« less