Harry Oakes made his fortune mining in northern Ontario, then left Canada for the Bahamas to dodge taxes. His wealth and connections made him the richest baronet in the British Empire…until he was found murdered and partly burned in his bed. Interference by the Duke of Windsor, then Governor of the Bahamas, led to a badly botched investigation and the arrest of Oakes’s playboy son-in-law. One of the most notorious unsolved crimes of the 1940s!
Another instalment in the Amazing Stories series.
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