THE FALSE FACE OF DEATH by Anita Allen

THE FALSE FACE OF DEATH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An inane romantic adventure involving the prescribed mixture of drug smuggling, the occult, and tastefully assorted suitors. Annabel Tyler, maid-of-all-work for a chain of California gifte shoppes and a lass in whose mouth butter would not melt, is sent to take over the Sun Cliffs branch when her friend, old reliable Helen Richardson, goes missing after wiring--improbably--that she's gotten married. On the scene, Annabel soon sniffs dirty work: shortly before vanishing, hardheaded Helen had shown an uncharacteristic interest in the Church of the Blessed Few, led by one Gaduri. Add one dark and compelling suitor and another Jimmy Stewart type and you've got the picture--familiar to the hilt and fuzzy around the edges.

Pub Date: Feb. 9th, 1978
Publisher: Doubleday