True Detective September 1992


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Readers of the True Detective Summer Special who had the Bertram Henry Starr case to refer to will note the popularity of the seaside as a murder site – echoed in our first story of this issue George Joseph Smith: The Man Who Liked To Kill Beside The Seaside. It’s no coincidence that the seaside theme is continued with a case from Bouremouth High Tea..Then Murder! And for those of you you can’t get enough salt water in your stories. The Startling Mystery Aboard The Chinese Prince recalls a strange death aboard a ship steaming from Naples to Gibraltar.

Anyone considering embarking on a murder should read Jonathan Markle’s Alibi before doing so to find out how very easy it is to get caught. And in Richard Walton’s story there is a clear warning to trust your instincts with regard to young men whose very presence in your house makes you feel deeply uneasy…

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