SHE NEVER REACHED THE TOP by Elma K. Lebaugh
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SHE NEVER REACHED THE TOP

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For straight story telling, with a mystery slant, this is a honey. For the audience that likes skilled deduction, it will leave much to be desired. For most of the unraveling of the facts shrouding the presumed accidental death of the much-hated Margot at the houseparty where all four men had been her victims, is more or less fortuitous. The identity of the killer is revealed to three. And there the chapter closes.

Pub Date: Aug. 9th, 1945
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran