I practiced law for 30 years, but only began reading Perry Mason mysteries after I retired. I am very sorry for all of the fun that I previously missed! Erle Stanley Gardner is the master! His books are extremely entertaining. His plots are utterly fascinating and keep my mind working all of the time. I never can figure out how the story is going to end. Perry Mason solves crimes by using his wits; he doesn't beat up or torture people to get a confession. Gardner gets the law right most of the time, but Mason is really as much a detective as he is a lawyer, so you have to suspend your disbelief sometimes. (I never met a lawyer like Perry Mason!) This book, originally published in 1933, was the second Perry Mason mystery that Gardner wrote. This is the fourth Perry Mason book that I have read, and I intend to read the entire Perry Mason series in the order that they were published. I have found a treasure hidden in plain sight!
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