The strange boarders of Palace Crescent 2 editions
Roger Ferrison, a young man who is struggling to make ends meet, takes up lodging at Palace Crescent, a boarding house run by Mrs. Dewar and her competent butler, Joseph. The place is unpretentious and the boarders are ostensibly hard-working men and women with regular jobs and small pockets. However, on the first night itself, Roger discovers that five of the lodgers are absent from the place. Where can they be so late in the night?
|Library of Congress||PZ3.O62 Str, PR6029.P5 Str|
2 editions First published in 1934
1934, A.L. BurtThe strange boarders of Palace Crescent.
1934, Little, Brown, and companyThe strange boarders of Palace Crescent
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