Number 87 / by Harrington Hext [pseud.] Phillpotts, Eden, 1862-1960

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Phillpotts, Eden, 1862-1960
Subjects
Clubs - Fiction.; Fiction.; Detective and mystery fiction.
Summary
A thrilling tale from the author who inspired Alfred Hitchcock! The Club of Friends may not have liked Alexander Skeat very much, but no one should meet his Maker so violently, so mysteriously ... Though Skeat may have been the first, he wouldn't be the last. Found dead in London with no wounds but a small incision beneath his shoulder, Skeat's demise was written off by many at first. But when the gentlemen of the Club of Friends thought more about the account of the policeman who found him - of the black, winged creature hulking over Skeat's body - they realized there must be.
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