THE 4TH FUNERAL by Charles L. Leonard

THE 4TH FUNERAL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Kilgerrin, waiting plane transportation, caught in the complicated private lives of the foreign colony of Belem, gets tangled up in a church feud, murders in an apartment house, and much gossip that leads nowhere. Coming off practically unscathed as compared to earlier books, Kilgerrin's supersnooping is well amplified with definite local color, well defined characters. Satisfying.

Pub Date: Aug. 19th, 1948
Publisher: Doubleday