A tour of inside Russia, mostly Moscow, conducted with a bright bounce, when Andrew Mullet, head of a British ""peace""...

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MURDER THROUGH THE LOOKING FLASS

A tour of inside Russia, mostly Moscow, conducted with a bright bounce, when Andrew Mullet, head of a British ""peace"" delegation (beating up support for Communism) is liquidated and newspaper men Verney and Clayton pursue an unwelcome, unauthorized investigation. Unmindful of Red tape and threats, and mindful of the false arrest of a servant and the loss of Tanya -- Clayton's girl -- who is bundled off to the Crimea, they continue their inquiry which leads from politics to a pair of trousers and a packet of stamps may sparkle.

Pub Date: April 9, 1952

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Harper

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1, 1952