Secular setting for ungodly deeds as a small town church is the repository of two corpses, that of its janitor and Carol...

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NO FACE TO MURDER

Secular setting for ungodly deeds as a small town church is the repository of two corpses, that of its janitor and Carol Tolliver, young, pretty, and disrupting force in the community. Professional investigation by Ran Garrison, with the sideline support of Tess, his girl, uncovers carefully concealed family wetwash and leads to the eventual solution. Local trim for a somewhat girlish enterprise.

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Publisher: Morrow (M.S. Mill)

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1945