DEAD ERNEST by Alice Tilton

DEAD ERNEST

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Sixth in this amusing series, and still the pace is maintained, with entertaining dialogue and adequate plot. Bill Shakespeare is once more engaged in lunatic occurrences and situations resulting from a murder. The mixture concerns a deep freeze unit (which contains the body), a blonde for a birthday present, new neighbors moving in and old ones moving out, several testimonial dinners, Bill's headmastership of a school, the usual assortment of giddy personalities. Light from fluff -- and fun.

Pub Date: April 25th, 1944
Publisher: Norton