The Case of the Stuttering BishopBook - 2015
Criminal lawyer and bestselling mystery author Erle Stanley Gardner wrote nearly 150 novels that have sold 300 million copies worldwide. Now, the American Bar Association is bringing back his most famous and enduring novels--featuring criminal defense lawyer and sleuth Perry Mason--in striking trade paperback editions. Julia Branner was forced by her millionaire father-in-law to give up her baby for adoption. When a young woman surfaces years later claiming to be Julia's daughter, Julia insists she's a fraud after the family fortune, and enlists Bishop William Mallory to help expose the imposter. When Julia's father-in-law is found dead and Julia charged with his murder, the bishop promises to help--but is a bishop who's delivered many sermons likely to stutter?
Publisher: Chicago, Illinois :, Ankerwycke, American Bar Association,, 
Call Number: M GARDNER
Characteristics: v, 276 pages ; 18 cm