A ROGER SHERINGHAM MYSTERY. Gentleman sleuth Roger Sheringham is at a weekend house party when one of the guests is found hanged. The victim has spent most of the evening talking about suicide and had, apparently, left the party after a row with her husband. Life would be best for everyone if the death was suicide, but is that verdict too much to hope for? The victim was extremely unpopular, and many people's lives would be better off without her. Some might even say that she deserved to die. What conclusion will the Coroner come to?