Four short and two long-short stories take care of sudden death in sharp plotting and smooth narration. Whether it is a...

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SOMETHING TO HIDE

Four short and two long-short stories take care of sudden death in sharp plotting and smooth narration. Whether it is a charlatan who twists circumstances to fatten his wallet or Col. Gethryn of British intelligence ferreting out a series of women's murders, or a husband who plots his wife's death to look like attempts on his own, or a killer protected by more killings or a cop helped by fate in apprehending a child-slayer -- they all rank high in interest and adept crime handling. Crime Club.

Pub Date: Dec. 4, 1952

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Publisher: Doubleday

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Dec. 1, 1952