Murder on the Merry-Go-Round Author:Josephine Bell The Jewel of Death stalks a respectable rooming-house. — Ursula had died. So Mrs. Forrestal and her daughter Eileen inherited a dour but respectable rooming-house, together with a few personal possessions - and of course, tenants. — The trouble started when some of the rather peculiar boarders evinced an unusual interest in a china roundabout, a ... more »miniature merry-go-round which, while beautiful, certainly didn't account for the degree of their interest. When things went as far as a death (which was just possibly murder) Eileen decided help was needed.
The trouble immediately assumed terrifying proportions. It never does to roil up the darkness beneath respectability...« less