Cold Case Jury presents book three in the intriguing series of unsolved crimes from British history.
The puzzling murder of Julia Wallace in Liverpool in 1931.
A telephone message is left at a chess club, instructing one of its members, insurance agent William Wallace, to meet a Mr Qualtrough. But the address given by the mystery caller does not exist, and Wallace returns home to find his wife Julia bludgeoned to death.
The case turns on the telephone call. Who made it? The police thought it was Wallace, creating an alibi that might have come from an Agatha Christie thriller. Others believe Wallace innocent, but disagree on the identity of the murderer.
Antony M. Brown invites you to explore the evidence in one of the most perplexing cold cases of all time.