AND DANGEROUS TO KNOW by Elizabeth Daly

AND DANGEROUS TO KNOW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

These Gamadge stories are good reading, even when they don't come off -- and this has too much misdirection, too many people, too many loose ends. Gamadge trails the death, made to look like an accident, of a rich old woman, tracks to earth (literally) a disappearance, uncloaks the Dunbars' family disagreements and disintegration -- while the story gathers too much moss. He permits his findings to fall into other hands, but at the end brings most of the threads together. New York setting for shady doings.

Publisher: Rinehart