After Fanny’s Fall by Nolan Dean Smith

An unconventional mystery filled with humor and sprinkled with history. (St. Paul–1949): A boozing ex-pilot turned private eye, a baseball obsessed street cop, a tight-lipped newsstand proprietor, and a dandified police detective–as well as the downtown establishments, plus a group of quirky characters–all play a part in the investigation of a likeable prostitute's suicide…or…murder.

An unconventional mystery filled with humor and sprinkled with history. (St. Paul–1949): A boozing ex-pilot turned private eye, a baseball obsessed street cop, a tight-lipped newsstand proprietor, and a dandified police detective–as well as the downtown establishments, plus a group of quirky characters–all play a part in the investigation of a likeable prostitute's suicide…or…murder.

Prologue: The following article appeared in the morning edition of the St. Paul Mirror on April 1, 1949: A woman was found dead on the sidewalk in front of the Traveler's Hotel in downtown St. Paul on March 21, 1949. She was discovered by an employee at about 8:50 a.m. According to police at the scene, she had fallen from one of the hotel's third floor apartment windows…

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