The Threefold Cord (1947) by Francis Vivian — In Search of the Classic Mystery Novel

“And if a man prevail against that is alone, two shall withstand him; and a threefold cord is not easily broken.” Ecclesiastes, Chapter Four, Verse 12. Inspector Knollis was not usually one to be bothered with minor incidents, but the murder of a budgerigar and a cat, both with a piece of blue cord tied […]

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