A Fruitful Sunday

  • Short Story
  • 1928

A young couple discover a ruby necklace at the bottom of their fruit basket. From The Listerdale Mystery and The Golden Ball and Other Stories.

More about this story

A nice young couple get more than they bargained for when they buy a basket of fruit and find inside a ruby necklace worth fifty thousand pounds.

The story was included in the UK collection The Listerdale Mystery, 1934, and was published in the US in the collection The Golden Ball and Other Stories in 1971.

It has never been adapted.

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