Chief Inspector Julian Rivers, C.I.D., proving that police work cannot be hurried bores through a death, cunningly masked as...

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Chief Inspector Julian Rivers, C.I.D., proving that police work cannot be hurried bores through a death, cunningly masked as an accident, in a new English medical centre. For when June Banbrugh (the kind men murder for) takes a job there, thefts occur and nasty toad, Mr. Chindle, is killed. Rivers pops trouble for doctors and staff, and, chewing it over good and proper, works out a meticulous solution. Mental athletics. Crime Club.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1950