UNDER THE QUIET WATER by Frances Shelley Wees

UNDER THE QUIET WATER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Moving up toward a better grade of feminine fiction, as evidenced by its Ladi Home Journal appearance, this combines small town sympathy with likable leads and a nartive of a certain drama. With the death of a veteran returned from the wars, and some months later a second suicide, Allie Jordan, who edits the town paper, and Danny March, young lawyer, realize the pattern of terrorization and blackmail which is threatening many in Tressady. In their investigation of the victims, and the possible perpetrators Allie and Danny finally flush the criminal, close off the tragedies with a double weddi ... Good of its kind, which is chiefly rental.

Pub Date: March 21st, 1949
Publisher: Macrae-Smith