324 pp. "'The Bellamy Trial' takes place entirely in a courtroom. Stephen Bellamy and Susan Ives are on trial for the murder of Stephen's wife, Madeleine. For seven days the witnesses take their places on the stand and are examined and cross-examined by the lawyers. The reader, like the jurors, has every relevant fact presented just as it would be given at a real trial in a real courtroom."
Pages toned, bookplate and ink date on endpaper, jacket rubbed with a few tears. Triangle Books, New York, 1940. Reissue. Very Good/Good. (Inventory #: 2191611)
Literature, American & Military History, General Antiquarian
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