Alfred Leale, wealthy lumber king, buys an old mountain resort hotel, moving his family there for the winter. Temporary deputy sheriff Rocky Allen arrives on the scene just in time to witness Leale's murder; a snowstorm cuts them off from help, forcing Allen to solve this crime while confronting his feelings about a certain red-haired nurse who might just be a suspect.
Death at Dayton's Folly was published in 1935. This edition includes a historical biography of author Virginia Rath by detective fiction historian Curt Evans.
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