SUMMARY Ç The Case of the Restless Redhead Perry Mason Mysteries House of Stratus

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SUMMARY Ç The Case of the Restless Redhead Perry Mason Mysteries House of Stratus Õ [PDF / Epub] ☉ The Case of the Restless Redhead Perry Mason Mysteries House of Stratus ❤ Erle Stanley Gardner – Helpyouantib.co.uk Evelyn Bagby has ambition bad luck – and red hair When she is cauIth stolen diamonds is looks like an airtight case But Perry Mason believes she has been se. This novel was the basis for the first Perry Mason episode ever aired S1E1 not the pilot so you know it's going to be good This is the famous case with the identical guns and Perry using one to add extra bullet holes to the murder scene forcing the authorities to realize that guns had been switched although as it turns out not by the guilty parties and thus unnecessary although uite helpful to Perry's case In fact the stuff with the guns is all a red herring; something the defendant tells Mason near the beginning of the novel along with one fact that comes along later leads Perry on the right trackThe courtroom scenes in this novel are priceless Perry has Hamilton Burger pulling out his hair and even the judge is nearly beside himself Perry himself seems to be fishing at times but eventually the dots are connected in the right order The novel has a bit of a soft ending but fulfilling nonetheless

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T up Then comes news of another crime and Mason finds the charge against his client is murd. An aspiring actress is accused of theft and her court appointed attorney finds himself working alongside Perry Mason Freeing her from her theft charge Mason and Neery find they are soon called on again to defend their client against a murder chargeGardner's tight plotting means that his short novels still feel rich and full of detail

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The Case of the Restless Redhead Perry Mason Mysteries House of StratusEvelyn Bagby of the Kindle #180 has ambition bad luck – and red hair When she is caught w. No good deed ever goes unpunished Perry Mason kept forgetting about this simple truth and as a result kept getting in the same trap over and over This time he ended up in a courtroom following the proceedings of a case with which he has nothing in common A redheaded woman was accused of a theft of valuable jewels She was assigned a young inexperienced public defender with her being as poor as a church mouse The young guy was badly losing to prosecution due to his complete lack of experience During the recess he recognized Mason and asked him for help Mason made a big mistake by deciding to teach the poor lawyer Unsurprisingly he was so good in giving pointers that his young colleague easily managed to literally destroy the prosecution case Mason returned to his office Some time later the now acuitted woman came to Mason's office to personally thank him Mason's mistake number two he decided to see her The woman was down on her luck so Mason and his secretary Della Street decided to help her with gaining employment Next thing Mason knew he had to take her as a client and defend against a murder accusation in a case where everything pointed to her being the guilty party What follows is a very complicated mystery; it is complicated even by the series' standards In fact I read this book a long time ago and I still remember its highlights due to some unusual developments To be completely fair Mason himself did his best worst to make the case even muddled Needless to say he succeeded in baffling the police and prosecution His explanation was that because somebody created almost perfect frame for his client mixing up the clues further would not hurt the defense but spoil the plans of the real culprit Mason was right of cause By the time he was done the Judge himself was practically begging him to explain what was going on Mason obliged It turns out there were two clues that gave the mystery away for those who could see through all the red herrings My usual rating for a book of the series still applies 4 stars