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The Case For the Defence

AuthorGraham Greene

NarratorPatrick Malahide

Duration7m

CategoriesAdult Fiction, Short Stories

PublisherCSA Word

VersionUnabridged

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Legal loopholes, mistaken identity and unreliable evidence all feature in this story of a murder trial where all is not as 'cut and dried' as it seems. An old woman has been murdered, but who did it, and will retribution be forthcoming?

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