MURDER WITHOUT WEAPONS by A. B. Cunningham

MURDER WITHOUT WEAPONS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Established formula for Sheriff Roden who always finds the killer -- without too much difficulty but not without the aid of his dogs. This time Lila, daughter of a lumber camp owner, meets her death by falling, down a log chute and Roden suspects foul play. Apparent motives are jealousy and money, but a second, similar death points more surely to the guilty person. Something simple -- nothing new.

Pub Date: July 18th, 1949
Publisher: Dutton