THE WIND BLOWS DEATH by Cyril Hare

THE WIND BLOWS DEATH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An import, which proceeds with British decorum, caution and controlled humor, through the disrupted performance of the Markshire Orchestral Society when its soloist, Lucy Carless, is murdered. Pettigrew, the Society's unwilling treasurer, gently guides the local police through the problems of an impersonated clarinettist, a missing clarinet, and the private lives of the members, and provides a proper solution. Precise.

Pub Date: Jan. 16th, 1949
Publisher: Little, Brown