She Died A Lady Author:Carter Dickson She was of a certain age, was Rita Wainwright. Old enough for experience, young enough for adventure. And comely, as they say, withal. And married to a much older man. — Then Rita did a silly, human thing. She fell in love with an American actor, recently come to Devonshire. Younger than Rita, but apparently just as smitten. — A difficult situ... more »ation, complicated by the unexpected developments of an extraordinarily dismal night.
At this point, Sir Henry Merrivale rolled in. Literally. In the motor wheel chair necessitated by a broken big toe. Uproar, of course, ensued. Followed, naturally, by triumph for H.M. From any standpoint, a swinging case.« less