Frank Froest (1858–1930)
The Grell Mystery (1913)
Mr Robert Grell is apparently found murdered in his study. After a little time, the police realise that the corpse is not that of Robert Grell, but someone who looked a lot like him. Where has Grell gone? And who is the corpse? Scotland Yard investigates…
About the author:
After a successful career as a Metropolitan police officer in London (he was the man who though of using wireless to achieve Dr Crippen’s arrest) Frank Froest wrote detective stories in his retirement in Weston-super-Mare.
The source was PG.
HarryT did an LRF version in 2007. Mine differs from his in having a cover (the original cover image), emdashes and curly quotes. Also it’s now available in more formats.
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