Atmospheric, apprehensive values for the story of Echo Ware's intrusion in the affairs of Eric Conway, his disappearance,...

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Atmospheric, apprehensive values for the story of Echo Ware's intrusion in the affairs of Eric Conway, his disappearance, the seemingly posthumous publication of a book based on his childhood overcast by murder, his broken marriage, and the two murders which followed. Echo, a good sounding board for all involved, clears the way romantically as well as criminally... Sympathetically sustained, if without credibility.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1947