Terror tale, and something new for Helen McCloy, something special in excitement as Edith, stopping at a New York hotel,...

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Terror tale, and something new for Helen McCloy, something special in excitement as Edith, stopping at a New York hotel, witnesses a third degree in the room next door, finds a corpse in her own room, is victimized and shadowed, and runs away to escape a murder charge and her own death. She eludes a malignant psychiatrist, a phoney police officer, and the law, helped by her disarming ex-husband. She eventually gets clear after some harrowing hare and hounding, Smooth stuff.

Pub Date: April 21, 1943

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Morrow

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1, 1943