THE CLAY HAND by Dorothy Salisbury Davis

THE CLAY HAND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A close meshed probe into the death of an explosive journalist while on a mysterious visit to a coal mining town on the West Virginia-Kentucky border. Dick Coffee's widow, Margaret, and his oldest friend, Phil, come to Winston for the inquest and Phil and the Sheriff follow each trail until they can show but not prove premeditated murder. Sober, substantiated unraveling with an unhackneyed background.

Pub Date: Jan. 9th, 1949
Publisher: Scribner