Tragedy at Trinket (1934) by Brian Flynn — In Search of the Classic Mystery Novel

Laurence “Boodle” Raikes, the finest schoolboy batsman in the land played for Remenham, and Richard “Dick” Templeton, the finest bowler, played for Lanham – until for some reason, just before their final year of school, their fathers transferred them to the prestigious private school of Trinket. But while Templeton settles into life (and the cricket […]

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