NINE DOCTORS AND A MADMAN by Elizabeth Curtiss

NINE DOCTORS AND A MADMAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The background is intriguing -- a mental sanitarium, and plenty of herrings are dragged across the trail at the start. A much-hated man is killed, presumably by a madman -- and the story waxes and wanes while the powers that be, decide whether the madman is guilty -- or not. The atmosphere and the authenticity of the hospital setting are better than the mystery unravelling.

Pub Date: March 2nd, 1936
Publisher: Simon & Schuster