'As a maker of watertight puzzles, Mr Connington has no superior'Daily Mail
When Chief Constable Sir Clinton Driffield goes to stay with his friend Wendover, mysterious goings-on in the boathouse he owns soon attract the duo's attention. Lights go on and off, strangers come in and out, and a game warden is found murdered nearby.
And as they work to solve the crime, a second body is dredged up from the lake . . .
'Mr J. J. Connington is a name revered by all specialists on detective fiction' Spectator