GOODBYE, DEAR ELIZABETH by Grace Hoster

GOODBYE, DEAR ELIZABETH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Dull as dull -- with only occasional bits of interesting psychological writing, in a tame tale of the murder of a superintendent of a modern public school, where the small circle of teachers is suspect, and the case is kept under cover and ultimately solved within the group. The scene of the murder was a card party -- everyone suspects everyone else, and nobody cares much. The solution, when finally found, gives no sense of solution but rather a definite anti-climax.

Pub Date: Aug. 26th, 1943
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart