The murder of domineering Mrs. Farrington prompts a quiet investigation by Macdonald of the Yard, poses more than one...

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I COULD MURDER HER

The murder of domineering Mrs. Farrington prompts a quiet investigation by Macdonald of the Yard, poses more than one possibility of guilt in a full house of sons and daughters, married and unmarried. Financial difficulties, exploitation, humiliation and hatred supply multiple motivation for a death which is deserved and ultimately absolved. A neat and tidy job.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1951