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The Death of Anton

The British Library

A rare re-print of a gem by Alan Melville from the British Library's collection of British crime writing; originally published in 1936.
7 Bengal tigers and their fearless trainer Abton are the star attraction at Carey's Circus. When Anton is found lying dead in the tigers' cage, it seems that he has lost control and been mauled by the tigers - but Detective-Inspector Minto of Scotland Yard is not convinced. Minto's investigations lead him deep into the circus world: Carey, the circus-owner with a secret to hide; Dodo, the clown whose costume is scratched as if by a claw; and Lorimer, the trapeze artist jealous of his flirtatious wife - all come under Minto's scrutiny as the mystery deepens.

Paperback, 287 pages.
7" x 5".
£8.99
Code: 17605

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