Four St John Sprigg novels

If you like your classic detective fiction light, witty and well written, look no further than Christopher St John Sprigg. Here we gather four of his best:

Crime in Kensington (1933) – Journalist Charles Venables first case, where he investigates the disappearance (and subsequent murder) of his landlady
Fatality in Fleet Street (1933) – When newspaper baron Lord Carpenter is stabbed in his office, Charles Venables and the rest of the Mercury staff are suspect.
The Perfect Alibi (1934) – When Anthony Mullins dies under suspicious circumstances, local residents become amateur sleuths. Mullins unusual
Death of a Queen (1935)

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If you like your classic detective fiction light, witty and well written, look no further than Christopher St John Sprigg. Here we gather four of his best:

Crime in Kensington (1933)
Fatality in Fleet Street (1933)
The Perfect Alibi (1934)
Death of a Queen (1935)

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