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The 12 Suspects of Christmas: The Solution

2nd January 2015 by in Crime Readers' Updates, Featured Author

Previously in this periodical, the author put before you a Yuletide conundrum and now begs your indulgence to present her elegant solution…

It was the second day of the Year of Our Lord 1896, when Shermoran Dalgrot was finally before the local magistrate, explaining to the bewildered gentleman exactly how The Theft of the Turkey was accomplished – and by whom! (A more pressing mystery may be why a magistrate was involved at all in the disappearance of Christmas dinner, but the author pleads Dramatic Effect in her defence.)

“Please state your name and occupation for the record.”

“I am Shermoran Dalgrot, formerly of Her Majesty’s Police and lately private investigator and gentleman detective.”

“Tell us then – how was it done and who’s to blame?”

THE SOLUTION WAS SENT TO CRA SUBSCRIBERS ON 02.01.2015. IF YOU DIDN’T RECEIVE IT EMAIL hello@thecra.co.uk FOR YOUR COPY.

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