|Trial and Error (1937) [Novel]|
by Anthony Berkeley
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(From the publisher):
Lawrence Todhunter had decided that before his death he was going to commit a murder -- so he did.
It was a flawless performance, with a glamorous actress as victim, and he was really quite proud of his accomplishment. In fact, he was not upset until another man was arrested for the killing.
Immediately, Todhunter resolved to confess, but when he did, no one believed him. And suddenly he realized that though he had indeed committed the perfect crime, he was going to have to prove himself guilty of it...
Original title: Trial and Error
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Suspense