A story in the Young Woodley tradition -- the background an English school, the romance one between a young instructor and a...

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A story in the Young Woodley tradition -- the background an English school, the romance one between a young instructor and a hall master's wife. When discovery is upon them, the meek young man tries to save his job, fails and kills the hall master -- all the time having, without staging it a ""perfect alibi"". His crime is not suspected -- the reason for the sacrifice evaporates -- and he becomes guilt-ridden, and eventually loses his own life over a cliff. A psychological novel -- do not sell as a mystery.

Pub Date: March 19, 1936

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Harper

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1936