Army & Navy - Murder at Honingham Hall

In the drawing room of Honingham Hall in England's Norfolk County, Sir Eric Teichman sat before a cosy fire and was content. Lunch was over and quiet lay on the big house. Then, from outside, came the sound of shots. Sir Eric, 60-year-old retired British diplomat and expert on Far Eastern affairs, rose from his armchair, growled to Lady Ellen: "I'm going out to stop this damned poaching." Unarmed, he set out to stop it.

When night fell, and he had not returned, Lady Ellen was worried. She organized a search party to comb the woods and fields of...

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