The Case of the Gilded Lily

The Case of the Gilded Lily

Perry Mason – a major new TV series

‘Tantalising on every page and brilliant’ Scott Turow, bestselling author of Presumed Innocent

The ingredients were quite simple: one middle-aged tycoon with a lovely young wife; one oh-so-apologetic visitor to the tycoon’s office; one devoted secretary, graduate of a correspondence course of How to Be a Detective.

But when these ingredients were combined and brought to the boil with the addition of one inflammable blonde – the result was murder.

And when Perry Mason was called in to clean up the kitchen, he found that too many cooks almost spoiled the broth.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

On Sale: 14th December 2014

Price: £7.99

ISBN-13: 9781471908637

Reviews

Still as tricky on the turns, Perry Mason stays his jump and a half ahead of the police and his permanent opponent, the D. A., when he contracts to acquit Bedford whose younger wife's fraudulent past is a basis for blackmail
KIRKUS
The bestselling author of the century ... a master storyteller
NEW YORK TIMES
For fans of classic hard-boiled whodunits, this is a time machine back to an exuberant era of snappy patter, stakeouts, and double-crosses
LA TIMES
Kingpin among the mystery writers
NEW YORK TIMES
With Perry Mason, Erle Stanley Gardner introduced to American letters the notion of the lawyer as a hero - and a detective - which were remarkable innovations. He even gave defence lawyers a good name to boot. His Mason books remain tantalising on every page and brilliant
Scott Turow, author of Presumed Innocent and Testimony