Secondhand. Good condition. Wear to book corners and edges. Previous owner's bookplate on inside cover. Pages are sunned.
When Ethel Griggs died suddenly in the Victorian town of Omeo in January 1928, rumours are rife that her husband, Reverend Ron Griggs, is having an affair with Lottie, the lovely 20-year-old daughter of a local grazier and Methodist elder Jack Condon. So rife that despite a doctor's certificate suggesting death by natural causes, the Police order Ethel's body to be exhumed. Ethel is reexamined and found to have died of arsenic poisoning. Written by a retired lawyer and based on a true crime.