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eBook Case of the Lazy Lover epub
  • ISBN: 0754031721
  • Author: Erle Stanley Gardner
  • Genre: Suspense
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Chivers P; Large Print e. edition (October 31, 1998)
  • Pages: 309 pages
  • ePUB size: 1661 kb
  • FB2 size 1748 kb
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The Case of the Lonely Heiress. Erle Stanley Gardner. By that time, the books no longer had the film-noir feel of the earliest, as that had gone out of style, but they were more carefully crafted and better written than those of a decade later when they became dry and formulaic

The Case of the Lonely Heiress. The Case Of The Fan-Dancer's Horse. The Case of the Green-Eyed Sister. By that time, the books no longer had the film-noir feel of the earliest, as that had gone out of style, but they were more carefully crafted and better written than those of a decade later when they became dry and formulaic. The plot is quite complicated. Wealthy mining developer and speculator Bertrand Allred lives with his wife and stepdaughter.

Erle Stanley Gardner e People vs. L. . Lola Faxon Allred. Danvers, a chunky, thick-necked individual, aggressively determined to have his own way in a courtroom but personally friendly with the men. Who opposed him, paused by Mason's chair to shake hands before court opened. Well," he said, "I suppose this is going to be the same old runaround.

The Case of the Stuttering Bishop (Perry Mason Mysteries (Fawcett Books)). The Case of the Blond Bonanza (A Nightingale mystery in large print). Download (PDF). Читать. The Case of the Caretaker's Cat, Perry Mason Mysteries.

Erle Stanley Gardner was an American lawyer and author of detective stories who also published under the pseudonyms . Fair, Kyle Corning, Charles M. Green, Carleton Kendrake, Charles J. Kenny, Les Tillray, and Robert Parr

Erle Stanley Gardner was an American lawyer and author of detective stories who also published under the pseudonyms . Kenny, Les Tillray, and Robert Parr. Erle Stanley Gardner was an American lawyer and author of detective stories who also published under the pseudonyms . Kenny, Les.

Mystery writer Erle Gardner was born on July 17, 1889 in Malden, Massachusetts. During this process, the character Perry Mason was born. In 1933, the first Perry Mason book was written, "The Case of the Velvet Claws

Mystery writer Erle Gardner was born on July 17, 1889 in Malden, Massachusetts. In 1933, the first Perry Mason book was written, "The Case of the Velvet Claws. The next one was entitled "The Case of the Sulky Girl" and they were followed by more than eighty additional Mason mysteries. Gardner died on March 11, 1970. The Case of the Lazy Lover Perry Mason mystery, Erle Stanley Gardner. Библиографические данные.

The Case of the Lazy Lover. Hardcover Paperback Kindle. Renowned as one of the best-selling American authors of the 20th century, Erle Stanley Gardner is globally recognised within the world of literature as one of the best mystery and detective novel writers of all time.

by Erle Stanley Gardner. Greed Leads to Murder. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 9 years ago. The Case of the Lazy Lover Della Street sorted the mail into three piles: the urgent, that which didn't require immediate attention, and the deferred.

Gardner, Erle Stanley, 1889-1970. Detective and mystery stories. New York : Ballantine. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by booksale-cataloger5 on September 27, 2011.

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The Case of the Lazy Lover

Della Street sorted the mail into three piles: the urgent, that which didn't require immediate attention, and the deferred. One letter had a $2,500 check from Lola Allred, but she was not a client or on the master file of any who was ever involved with Perry Mason. Bertrand C. Allred is a mining promoter and operator who used a slick legal trick to make millions (Chapter 1). Then a second check for $2,500 from Lola Allred! Her first check is good (Chapter 2). Bertrand Allred visits Perry, Lola ran away with his best friend and employee Robert Fleetwood. Fleetwood had been friendly with Lola's daughter Patricia. Allred needs Fleetwood's testimony in a law suit and wants Perry's help in locating Fleetwood. That second check was a forgery, a microscope detected it (Chapter 3). A telegram says the check was to protect Patricia.

Paul Drake will investigate the sender of the telegram, and the make and model of the typewriter (Chapter 4). Could there be foul play? Perry visits the bank to learn that Lola Allred wrote a $5,000 check to Maurine Milford (Chapter 5). Perry gives the information to Paul Drake for his search for Lola or Maurine. George Jerome, Allred's business partner, visits Perry for his help in finding Fleetwood. Paul has located Maurine (Chapter 6). Perry investigates and learns more about Maurine (Chapter 7). What is the purpose of this play-acting? A phone call from Patricia sends Perry and Paul into action (Chapter 8). It was a bum steer (Chapter 9). Perry visits Patricia, Lola shows up, then the police with news of a death (Chapter 10). They found a body in Lola's car, her story doesn't check out. Lola and Patricia are taken to the police station. Dixon Keith visits Perry (Chapter 11). Later Perry explains how he will evade his shadow.

Perry, Della, and Gertie retrieve Fleetwood from that isolated rural ranch (Chapter 12). Fleetwood claims amnesia until he is turned over to the police. Perry has a plan to save his client (Chapter 13). Perry and Paul talk to Fleetwood's girlfriend Bernice Archer (Chapter 14). Allred finally remembers what he had forgotten (Chapter 15). There were tracks in the soft wet ground that showed the footprints (Chapter 17). There is a sketch of the area. Fleetwood's story hangs the murder on Lola. The Preliminary Hearing begins, Perry questions the laboratory expert (Chapter 18). [Did you notice anything about the testimony of two witnesses?] Lola tells more of the facts! What will Perry do (Chapter 19)? Perry recalls a witness for questions about those footprints (Chapter 20). Will there be an admission that frees Perry's client because of a new look at the circumstantial evidence? Perry surmises what must have happened (Chapter 21). A solution that uses all the known facts is likely to be true. "Circumstantial evidence never lies, but it isn't always easy to interpret it correctly."

The novel says Perry has a fast car that can do ninety, and it can be started in second gear. That suggests a Packard. "Ask the man who owns one."
Sennnel
The Case of the Lazy Lover

Della Street sorted the mail into three piles: the urgent, that which didn't require immediate attention, and the deferred. One letter had a $2,500 check from Lola Allred, but she was not a client or on the master file of any who was ever involved with Perry Mason. Bertrand C. Allred is a mining promoter and operator who used a slick legal trick to make millions (Chapter 1). Then a second check for $2,500 from Lola Allred! Her first check is good (Chapter 2). Bertrand Allred visits Perry, Lola ran away with his best friend and employee Robert Fleetwood. Fleetwood had been friendly with Lola's daughter Patricia. Allred needs Fleetwood's testimony in a law suit and wants Perry's help in locating Fleetwood. That second check was a forgery, a microscope detected it (Chapter 3). A telegram says the check was to protect Patricia.

Paul Drake will investigate the sender of the telegram, and the make and model of the typewriter (Chapter 4). Could there be foul play? Perry visits the bank to learn that Lola Allred wrote a $5,000 check to Maurine Milford (Chapter 5). Perry gives the information to Paul Drake for his search for Lola or Maurine. George Jerome, Allred's business partner, visits Perry for his help in finding Fleetwood. Paul has located Maurine (Chapter 6). Perry investigates and learns more about Maurine (Chapter 7). What is the purpose of this play-acting? A phone call from Patricia sends Perry and Paul into action (Chapter 8). It was a bum steer (Chapter 9). Perry visits Patricia, Lola shows up, then the police with news of a death (Chapter 10). They found a body in Lola's car, her story doesn't check out. Lola and Patricia are taken to the police station. Dixon Keith visits Perry (Chapter 11). Later Perry explains how he will evade his shadow.

Perry, Della, and Gertie retrieve Fleetwood from that isolated rural ranch (Chapter 12). Fleetwood claims amnesia until he is turned over to the police. Perry has a plan to save his client (Chapter 13). Perry and Paul talk to Fleetwood's girlfriend Bernice Archer (Chapter 14). Allred finally remembers what he had forgotten (Chapter 15). There were tracks in the soft wet ground that showed the footprints (Chapter 17). There is a sketch of the area. Fleetwood's story hangs the murder on Lola. The Preliminary Hearing begins, Perry questions the laboratory expert (Chapter 18). [Did you notice anything about the testimony of two witnesses?] Lola tells more of the facts! What will Perry do (Chapter 19)? Perry recalls a witness for questions about those footprints (Chapter 20). Will there be an admission that frees Perry's client because of a new look at the circumstantial evidence? Perry surmises what must have happened (Chapter 21). A solution that uses all the known facts is likely to be true. "Circumstantial evidence never lies, but it isn't always easy to interpret it correctly."

The novel says Perry has a fast car that can do ninety, and it can be started in second gear. That suggests a Packard. "Ask the man who owns one."
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