The squawks of an exceedingly profane parrot had led fishermen to the remote mountain cabin of millionaire Fremont C. Sabin. Sabin was a millionaire with a bullet through his heart. The ancient, short-barreled derringer found in the cabin was obsolete, but it could still blow a hole between a man's ribs. The parrot was in bad shape too—hungry, angry, and swearing like a mule-skinner. Sabin's parrot, Casanova, had been a genteel bird, with a refined line of chatter. Sabin's son claimed that the parrot found in the cabin was not Casanova. That, and the derringer, were the clues Mason had to go on...
Original title: The Case of the Perjured Parrot
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Detective Story and Detectives
Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Legal Thriller