MURDER AT LIBERTY HALL by Alan Clutton-Brook
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MURDER AT LIBERTY HALL

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A touch of Dorothy Sayers in the dry, English wit, the leisurely pace, the literary fancying-up, and all very clever. Arson and murder break out in an ultra-progressive co-educational school in England, and James Hardwick, persuaded by his girl of the moment, goes down their to straighten matters up. Political and romantic affiliations among the faculty as motivating factors -- and Hardwick, a diffident detective, conjures up a neat solution.

Pub Date: July 29th, 1941
Publisher: Macmillan