THE LITTLE DOG BARKED by Ann Howe

THE LITTLE DOG BARKED

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Feminine field day as a New England summer theater is the stage for the aging of Mrs. Turner's first play. Murders follow, and Mrs. Turner, working with the local inspector, has a ringside seat for the investigation of links with the past family , and inheritance seeking, with her little dog the final witness, for the arrest of the killer. Easy going.

Pub Date: March 4th, 1942
Publisher: Morrow