TOO MANY COUSINS by Douglas Browne

TOO MANY COUSINS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A family fortune and the misfortunes which overtake three of the six cousins who are to inherit -- prompt the inquiry of Harvey Tuke whose attention centers on the remaining three and a recently resurrected uncle. A classical quotation, a missing lemon and a bottle of Pernod wind up in a final casualty. Another in ""Murder Revisited Series"" this is British, old school tie, well-knotted.

Pub Date: Oct. 20th, 1953
Publisher: Macmillan