THE IRON CLEW by Alice Tilton

THE IRON CLEW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Leonidas, a suspect in flight, after finding a Man of Distinction corpse is confronted by a miscellany of decorative clues, characters and accomplices in avoiding encounter with the law. From A to Z there are mink coats, dinosaur's footprints, Leonidas in ladies' dressing rooms, monkey eating ice-cream, etc. etc. Leonidas plays spider to a very wary fly, and stage manages a high finale. No Witherall-ing on the vine here.

Pub Date: June 19th, 1947
Publisher: Farrar, Straus