MURDER IS INSANE by Glenn M. Barns

MURDER IS INSANE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

... and the irrational to criminal conduct of both personnel and patients at a state asylum confuse Jonathan Marks, private detective hired to protect its superintendent. With a disappearance developing into a double murder, Marks' own suspicions of the killer's identity has no corroboration from the police, and the final rendezvous is a reversal for all concerned.... Derivative school but active styling.

Pub Date: Dec. 5th, 1956
Publisher: Lippincott