The Athenian Murders
Heracles Pontor, Decipherer of Enigmas in ancient Athens, is asked to investigate the death of Tramachus, the son of his old friends. It appears the young man was attacked by wolves while out hunting, but Diagoras, his tutor at Plato's Academy, insists he was terrified of something and was consequently murdered. Heracles takes the case, mainly to satisfy his own curiosity about the state of the corpse.
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