The List Of Adrian Messenger (1959) by Philip MacDonald — In Search of the Classic Mystery Novel

“Ten names, ten probable occupations; ten addresses. Scattered to hell and gone all over the kingdom…” Adrian Messenger has a list, which he passes to a friend at Scotland Yard without any explanation – just a request that information is collated on those names. Messenger implies that something terrible is afoot, but he needs time […]

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