THE MYSTERY OF THE THIRTEENTH FLOOR by Darlene Gels

THE MYSTERY OF THE THIRTEENTH FLOOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Fancy big city apartment life does not preclude the solution of a mystery that if rather far flown, has its elements of humor and healthy nine year old enterprise. Martina, whose parents have just moved into the Park Milford, soon meets other children who live there and is initiated into their club. A dark figure in the hall alerts their attention; a jewel robbery follows; and their activities which range from hoodwinking head waiters to digging in linen baskets uncover the dirty work of a hotel manager. Contrived conniving- but robust entertainment for an unselective age level.

Pub Date: Sept. 14th, 1953
Publisher: Winston