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When Wendell Merrick is killed in the church office on his wedding day, Detective Murdoch is on the case. He learns that Merrick was to be married to Eunice McGinty, a somewhat plain looking girls from Niagara Falls. Murdoch soon realizes that the wedding was a sham. The autopsy reveals that Merrick was a homosexual and that his marriage would allow him to inherit his half of his late father's estate. The obvious conclusion was that he was killed by his lover in a fit of jealously but when that man commits suicide, Murdoch believes that the crime has yet to be solved and he uncovers a far more elaborate plot with an altogether different motive.
An autopsy shows the fatal fall of Wendell Merrick in the church where we was to wed Eunice McGinty was murder, and the victim recently had sex with another man. Murdoch must even go undercover as a gay man, against his deep Catholic devotion, to discover several closet homosexuals. He also goes trough conceivable motives regarding inheritance and jealousy, but also other dark secrets.
After the heir to a profitable business is murdered in church only minutes before his marriage of convenience, a post-mortem discloses he had recently engaged in sexual activity.
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