The Mysterious Affair at Styles

First published in 1920 and this edition published by Pan in 1954. This copy doesn't have a date on it but the price is in decimals, meaning it was published after 1971.
Styles Court should have been left to John Canvendish. Instead it went to his step-mother who promtly married a fortune-hunter.
When she was murdered the suspects were her family and her closest friends.
Fortunately, Hercule Poirot found some intriguing clues - a shattered coffee-cup, an old envelope, a fragment of fabric, a splash of candle-grease - to help his solve The Mysterious Affair at Styles.

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