The madness begins when Captain Orange and his three nieces are killed in a carriage accident. The only clues? A tall man seen near the Captain's house, and a broken mirror found in the Captain's breast pocket. Next, Janet Calthorp of King's College, London, tumbles to her death as she makes her way to her lover's bedroom, the victim of a tripwire. The clue? A broken mirror found in said lover's boudoir.
So it is little surprise that, when the dead body of Juan Thomas de Jesus-Lopez is discovered in a ruined lighthouse, the only clue found is a broken mirror. "Mirror, mirror, on the wall," muses Superintendent Lestrade, "who's the guiltiest of them all?" He is to find out.
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lestrade is a superintendant now.
more puzzling murders for lestrade to solve. a broken mirror is found on the murdered bodies and he has to figure out the connection between the victims and of course who murdered them and why.
as with all the other books it is well written and performed by m.j.trow.
- Mrs. K. I. Richards
good story poor narrator.
- Julian P