BY-LINE FOR MURDER by Andrew Garve
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BY-LINE FOR MURDER

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Again the superior touches shown in Hilda and Fontego's Folly are used to point up a paranolac's drive to destroy. Jessop is bypassed for the post of foreign editor for his Fleet Street newspaper and becomes his own agent of justice by means of a hidden store of cyanide. C.I. Haines, of the Yard, whittles 200 suspects down to 68, then to a handful before he can catch up with insignificant, messianic Jessop. A slow but small grinding expertise.

Pub Date: Aug. 8th, 1951
Publisher: Harper