Some emotional commotion but not much mystery when Dake, a newspaper man, and Kim, his girl, try to put a stop to the...

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EASY TO MURDER

Some emotional commotion but not much mystery when Dake, a newspaper man, and Kim, his girl, try to put a stop to the ambitions of Onalee, who killed her husband, Dake's brother. It is Dake who investigates, while Onalee directs suspicion against him, and a second death-a third attempt- establish the evidence against her. Ineffective and unaffecting.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1951