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Without wishing to give too much away, I would draw the reader's attention to 'The Sallyport Papers' within this book which are far too detailed to be fakes and I believe this is the real way in which Joss was killed. PLEASE PLEASE buy this book if you wish to know about REAL intrigue at the heart of the establishment. As for White Mischief, Fox has done an admirable job with what he had available to him at the time and certainly paints an evocative picture of the settlers and the various personalities that Joss surrounded himself with at the time.
However, as a basis to understand the local situation at this time, this book is definitely worth reading. But having read it, the next book to read is "The Life and Death of Lord Erroll" by Errol Trzebinski, written in year 2000, which contains information given to her by persons involved with the murder, just before they died and also including British ex-secret agents. This additional information provided, allows Trzebinski to more or less prove that the murder, which included the assistance of the jilted husband, was instigated by British Intelligence to remove Lord Erroll. And this after he had become a right-wing danger during the Second World War and also being possibly connected to other murders and deaths at this time and later even including the murder of Rudolf Hess a few years ago. Both books taken together are really worth reading.
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I bought this book years ago but it is such a fascinating read I find I re read it from time to time. Read morePublished 10 months ago by warthog
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