THE CORAL PRINCESS MURDERS by Frances Crane

THE CORAL PRINCESS MURDERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The Abbotts add a familiar touch, and Tangier an exotic one which contributes largely to a progression of eerie events, questionable characters, drugs, smuggling and finally murder. Jean's curiosity complicates the case and implicates them further, while Pat is once again a steadying influence and balances out the crimes as well. Atmosphere plus- detection nil.

Pub Date: Sept. 10th, 1954
Publisher: Random House