A story of murder, narrative not deductive, which proceeds from romantic impulses and focusses on four; Vera who was...

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A story of murder, narrative not deductive, which proceeds from romantic impulses and focusses on four; Vera who was beautiful but bad; Katherine, her sister; David whom they both loved- and Walter whom Vera had married. The jealousy here, Walter's of Vera, Vera's of Katherine, leads to David's disappearance, and it is only Katherine who follows through to the evidence of murder. A Crime Club selection, this re-works a familiar pattern with competence.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1949