THE BANCOCK MURDER CASE by A.  Cuningham

THE BANCOCK MURDER CASE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Jesse Roden, the Kentucky sheriff who sleuths successfully through his uncanny knowledge of human nature, in another sound problem in murder, with substantial suspects and logical motives. The murder of an about-to-be-married nurse in a coal mining community concerns her fiance, a jilted suitor, a prospective stepmother, a former husband, a morphine addict and a husband whose wife was the victim of medical lpractice. Roden implacably follows down all angles and is not fooled by recently acquired Delliah. Good.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1942
Publisher: Dutton