The Case of the Turning Tide

Ted Shale was watching the girl with the chestnut colored hair when they both saw the blonde slump over the rail of the yacht Gypsy Queen and fall limply into the harbor.Ted grabbed a skiff and started rowing The girl he had been admiring dove cleanly and started swimming Together they reached the limp body and got it aboard the skiff and sculled to the landing ladder ATed Shale was watching the girl with the chestnut colored hair when they both saw the blonde slump over the rail of the yacht Gypsy Queen and fall limply into the harbor.Ted grabbed a skiff and started rowing The girl he had been admiring dove cleanly and started swimming Together they reached the limp body and got it aboard the skiff and sculled to the landing ladder Ahoy Ted shouted Silence He climbed on deck and looked down into the sumptuous cabin What he saw made him whirl abruptly and jump back into the skiff What is it Asked the girl in the bathing suit Two bodies.
The Case of the Turning Tide Ted Shale was watching the girl with the chestnut colored hair when they both saw the blonde slump over the rail of the yacht Gypsy Queen and fall limply into the harbor Ted grabbed a skiff and starte

  • Title: The Case of the Turning Tide
  • Author: Erle Stanley Gardner
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 262
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  • 1 thought on “The Case of the Turning Tide”

    1. Honestly, kinda boring with an abrupt ending. I'd like to give the sequel a chance if I ever come upon it.

    2. The first Perry Mason mystery I have read. Plot was solid, with twists. More affection between Perry & Della than I remember from old TV series. Wonderful characterization. The old technology and dress lend fun to the reading.

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