A VERY QUIET PLACE by Andrew Garve

A VERY QUIET PLACE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is one of Garve's watermarked specialties since, once Debbie Sheldon witnesses a London jewel robbery, most of it takes place in an English village with an estuary. There with Debbie as a lure, and Hugh Freeman, a young writer, the police wait for the attack on Debbie which will expose a professional operation....Garve can't have spent much time on this and you won't either. In fact, you may find yourself twiddling your thumbs while they're flipping the pages.

Pub Date: Aug. 2nd, 1967
Publisher: Harper & Row