COUNT THE COST by E. X. Ferrars

COUNT THE COST

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Private demons and growing clouds of suspicion hang over Alistair Dirke, a professor, and his wife, Rose, when murder accompanies them to Cap Martin on their errand to pick up a coin collection for the director of the Purslem museum. Home again there is Rose's interest in Paul; a certain anonymous persecution; a local fete; Paul's death; and Dirke's clean heels after a clean cut at his enemy. British and brainy.

Pub Date: Sept. 5th, 1957
Publisher: Doubleday