MURDER ANONYMOUS by Anthony Gilbert

MURDER ANONYMOUS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

That nice old Arthur Crock moseying along through the English countryside and nosey-parkering into the murders of an elderly lady and a young girl, assaulted in a nearby woods. Along with a series of anonymous phone calls, Mr. Crock is the recipient of a bullet. . . . British as Bovril and by implication, soothing rather than stimulating.

Pub Date: Oct. 3rd, 1968
Publisher: Random House