A young barrister witnesses the sudden death of one of two fellow passengers on the London Underground between St. James's Park and Charing Cross. The second passenger disappears without trace and foul play is suspected.
About the Author
Joseph Smith Fletcher (1863-1935) was a British journalist and writer. The son of clergyman, Fletcher first studied law before becoming a journalist. He published poetry and works of historical fiction before achieving his greatest success as a writer of mysteries. Many of his works featured Ronald Camberwell, a Sherlock Holmes-esque detective with a penchant for solving cases from minor details.