BATS FLY AT DUSK by A. A. Fair

BATS FLY AT DUSK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Obstreperous -- but fun! A blind man starts belligerent Bertha Cool on the case of a run over secretary, a recently deceased (?) employer, an inheritance, an insurance company settlement, and an impersonation. Bertha's overanxious concern with cash cuts obscures her understanding of the case, which is solved via telegraphic tips from Donald Lam, now in the Navy.

Pub Date: Sept. 23rd, 1942
Publisher: Morrow