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The Case of the Sun Bather's DiaryLy lifestyle Why is she so desperate to find her diary And who if not Mason's beautiful client would murder a key witness In a virtuoso courtroom performance Mason exposes the staggering truthTHE ORIGINAL COURTROOM NOVELS From the Paperback editi. #47 in the Perry Mason series This series entry is notable for two reasons First since we assume Perry's client is innocent and her currently imprisoned father must also be innocent because she vouches for him who committed the crime and how was it accomplished As the story unfolds it becomes definite that the father must be guilty because no one else could be Second DA Hamilton Burger has tried to catch Perry in a misdeed in the past but in this case he accuses him of perjury in open court A bold but foolish stand even for BurgerPerry Mason series Arlene Duvall is the woman and her father is in prison for a crime Arlene believes he did not commit a bank robbery that netted nearly 400000 Since her father's imprisonment she has lived out of a trailer She has a mysterious source of income that allows her to spend money both extravagantly and conspicuously leading to obvious suspicion that her father has told her where the stolen money is Indeed this inference is so strong that Mason only agrees to represent her as long as she is innocent If he discovers she is guilty he promises to turn her in and take his fee out of the reward money After the theft and then a murder of someone with some relationship to the bank heist matters grow far serious As usual District Attorney Hamilton Burger is after Mason this time for perjury in front of a grand jury and later possibly as an accessory to murder

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Cious diaryThe woman blames the police who suspect her of having stashed away nearly half a million dollars allegedly stolen by her father who is now in prison She swears that both she and her father are innocent So who is bankrolling her leisure. It might be fair to say this is just another Perry Mason potboiler but then again it's hard to think of any writer who can keep the pot boiling and the plot rolling like Erle Stanley Gardner This is a fast moving case involving a house trailer an old bank robbery Perry Mason himself on the witness stand and of course the tantalizing sun bather at the center of the whirlwind

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The Case of the Sun Bather's Diary Free read ´ 109 ☆ THE NAKED AND THE VERY DEADThe blonde wandering nude at the Remuda Golf Club tells Perry Mason a strange story While she peacefully sun bathed near the course someone made off with her Cadillac her trailer and all her belongings including her precious diaryThe woman blames the THE NAKED AND THE VERY DEADThe blonde wandering nude at the Remuda Golf Club tells Perry Mason a strange story While she peacefully sun bathed near the course someone made off with her Cadillac her trailer and all her belongings including her pre. Perry Mason is one of those the most well known and beloved characters of modern American fiction Gardner's character who is sort of a modern day Sherlock Holmes has been featured in radio television and movies and of course Erle Stanley Gardner's novels 80 of themThe Case of the Sun Bather's Diary was originally published in editions of the Saturday Evening Post in 1955 I've never read a Perry Mason novel before or seen any of the various media presentations of the character But I picked a fine one to begin with Here as the title suggests we get a story involving a voluptuous young woman given to sunbathing in the nude who calls Mason for help when everything she owns including the clothes she had set aside were stolen from her A great opening that absolutely gets the reader's attention Ard car robbery and forgery figure in to this tale as wellThe key to this case as Mason himself explains is keeping an open mind and not drawing any conclusions before getting all the facts The writing here is superb and as a reader I was drawn into the story immediately and although there isn't a lot of action the story moves along uite swiftly ending with a grand jury hearing where Mason takes little clues and solves a case that appeared unsolvableLooking forward to reading the other 79 novels in the series