NO TEARS FOR HILDA by Andrew Garve
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NO TEARS FOR HILDA

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The dogged defense of George Lambert, a good and gentle man, by Max, his friend, when Hilda- George's wife- is found murdered and the lack of evidence of any other suspect besides George prompts his arrest by the Yard. Through Max's relentless research, present and past, he gets a cumulative and concerted characterization of Hilda, an impossibly exasperating woman, is led to the romance she had tried to resurrect and the demise she had deserved... Bright.

Pub Date: Jan. 3rd, 1950
Publisher: Harper