Tuesday, December 26, 2006

The Case of the Worried Waitress

by Erle Stanley Gardner

Not much to say about this one. It's a Perry Mason mystery, in which Mason encounters a waitress who's in need of help. She's a young woman who was recently orphaned and has moved in with her aunt. She has cause to suspect that her aunt is involved with some shady dealings and is looking for some legal advice. Since she's seeking it from Perry Mason, more crime happens and she finds herself in legal trouble. The book is fun, readable waiting room material. I enjoy Perry Mason books as they take place in the mid-twentieth century, a time just before I was born. It's like taking a trip to another era, but one that is vaguely familiar.
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