A new set up for Leslie Ford. No Grace Latham nor Colonel Primrose; definitely less of the somewhat chatty ultra-feminine...

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THE BAHAMAS MURDER CASE

A new set up for Leslie Ford. No Grace Latham nor Colonel Primrose; definitely less of the somewhat chatty ultra-feminine style; a closely knit situation, which ultimately resolves itself without advice of investigators, official or otherwise. A romance in the making starts a number of people thinking at cross purposes. A threat to anonymity arouses the latent killer instinct -- and violent death to one, dire peril to another, brings scattered evidence into focus. And the finale disposes of the killer -- and solves an old as well as a new death. The Nassau background makes it reliable Southern exposure entertainment.

Pub Date: March 10, 1952

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Scribner

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1952