Borough Treasurer cover

Borough Treasurer

Joseph Smith Fletcher (1863-1935)

1. Blackmail
2. Crime -- and Success
3. Murder
4. The Pine Wood
5. The Cord
6. The Mayor
7. Night Work
8. Retained for the Defense
9. Antecedents
10. The Hole in the Thatch
11. Christopher Pett
12. Parential Anxiety
13. The Anonymous Letter
14. The Sheet of Figures
15. One Thing Leads to Another
16. The Lonely Moor
17. The Medical Opinion
18. The Scrap Book
19. The Tall Man in Grey Clothes
20. At Bay
21. The Interrupted Flight
22. The Hand in the Darkness
23. Comfortable Captivity
24. Strict Business Lines
25. No Further Evidence
26. The Virtues of Suspicion
27. Mr. Wraythwaite of Wraye
28. Pages from the Past
29. Without Thought of Consequences
30. Cotherstone
31. The Barrister's Fee

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Messrs. Mallalieu and Cotherstone were outsiders who had built a prosperous business in Highmarket and even been elected as Mayor and Treasurer of the borough. But when an ex-detective moves to town, 30 years of respectability is suddenly threatened by revelations from the past.



- borough treasurer

another of Fletcher's better tales, with Maryanne's usual wonderful reading.