Without Feathers - Match Wits with Inspector Ford Summary & Analysis

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Match Wits with Inspector Ford Summary

This work features a collection of short mysteries, each featuring the character Inspector Ford. In each tale, the detective solves the mystery and reveals the culprit. The reader is then invited to explain how it is that Inspector Ford solved the case. The actual solution is then revealed.

In "The Case of the Murdered Socialite" determines that Clifford Wheel, murdered in his study, was struck from behind by a croquet mallet. After questioning Wheel's manservant, Ives, Ford decides that Ives is the killer. The solution is that the layout of the house would prohibit Ives from sneaking up behind Wheel, requiring that he approach from the front, at which point Wheel would have stopped singing and would have, as he often had done in the past, used the mallet on Ives.

In "A Curious Riddle...

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