THE CASE OF THE 18TH OSTRICH by Colin Curzon

THE CASE OF THE 18TH OSTRICH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Frothy and flighty moments in lethalities, as Mark Antony and Tinks (Body in the Barrage Balloon) pursue a spy ring with the help of a Signal Corps U.S.A. Lieutenant, intent on impressing a future English mother in law. The British lead the American a crazy dance, looking for a stuffed ostrich with red eyes, encounter death dealing enemies, but escape with the object of their mission. No serious mental burden, this.

Pub Date: Feb. 8th, 1943
Publisher: Macmillan