Publisher Description

This is a mystery book. Joseph Muller, police detective, travels to a remote Hungarian village to discover the truth behind the murder of a beloved village Pastor. The utter silence from the steeple, where the bells hung mute, added to the spreading terror. Finally the doctor came out from the rectory, accompanied by the magistrate, and announced to the waiting villagers that their venerable pastor had disappeared under circumstances which left no doubt that he had met his death at the hand of a murderer. The peasants listened in shuddering silence, the men pale-faced, the women sobbing aloud with frightened children hanging to their skirts. Then at the magistrate's order, the crowd dispersed slowly, going to their homes, while a messenger set off to the near-by county seat. It was a weird, sad Easter Monday.

GENRE
Crime & Thrillers
RELEASED
1929
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
73
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
43.3
KB

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