The death in Paris of wealthy Peter Garrison- to the tune of the Caprice Viennoise, and the simultaneous murder in Brussels-...

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DEATH PLAYS THE GRAMOPHONE

The death in Paris of wealthy Peter Garrison- to the tune of the Caprice Viennoise, and the simultaneous murder in Brussels- with a similar musical accompaniment- of a newspaperman, presents a problem in timing for Donald Clive. Romantic affiliations and diplomatic connections, the subversive activities of les Capricieux- a Royalist group tagged as a communist cell, these form the basis for Clive's discreet to deliberate investigation.... Ooh la la- but no comph.

Pub Date: Jan. 27, 1952

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Publisher: Macmillan

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Jan. 1, 1952