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A pair of private investigators get drawn into a case of murder when an old blackmailing woman is found dead from a gunshot and a beautiful young woman is accused. There only clue is a scent of a perfume, drawn from the Plant that gives the story its name--Heliotrope. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Mackay, Isabel Ecclestone
Isabel Ecclestone Mackay (1875-1928) was a Canadian author. Known for her poetry and short stories, she also wrote several novels. Her best known novel, "Blencarrow", is available here on Faded Page. She was close friends with other literary women such as Marjorie Pickthall and Pauline Johnson and her writing was influenced by them as theirs was by hers. (Canadian Dictionary of Biography)
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