KILLING COUSINS by Flora Fletcher

KILLING COUSINS

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When Willie, something of a sex pot, kills her husband Howard, she turns to his cousin Quincy for help and Quincy master minds the plot to get rid of the body, to persuade everyone that Howard has run off, and to have the car stolen. Willie is his assistant and there is a chance they will get away with murder but an odd chance here, a coincidence there -- and everything comes unstuck. Persuasive.

Pub Date: Oct. 3rd, 1960
Publisher: Macmillan