DEAD MARCH FOR PENELOPE BLOW by George Bellairs

DEAD MARCH FOR PENELOPE BLOW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The sudden death of Miss Penelope Blow, and the slow poisoning-by arsenic- of her sister Honoria engages the attention of the Yard's Inspector Little john. Miss Penelope's not inconsiderable inheritance from her father, some benevolent bequests, and the malevolent misuse of her funds provide the motive to the murder, and slow and steady wins the case for the Inspector. Cautious, conservative.

Pub Date: Nov. 5th, 1951
Publisher: Macmillan