Thursday, August 12, 2021

The Port of London Murders by Josephine Bell, Series: British Library Crime Classics

This is an intriguing read.  There are many different characters, many schemes going on, and even murders.

Poisoned Pen Press and Edelweiss let me read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published on September 7th.

It all starts when it's so foggy no one can see where they going on the water.  Some barges get broken off the boat and some of the packages go in the water.  Those packages held pieces of rubber and even some nightgowns.

They have problems with drugs in this seaside town.  The cops watch carefully to see if they can figure out how they get transported.

One character is a young boy.  Another is a beautiful girl.  She has two suitors.  One is good and one is bad.

A cop disappears, they presume he is dead.  They find dead bodies here and there, even one of the doctors.  Will they find out who supplying the drugs?  Will they be able to stop this person?

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