THE CASE AGAINST BUTTERFLY by Gregory Tree

THE CASE AGAINST BUTTERFLY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A story told in court testimonies taken in a case involving two New York models,- the one already a broken butterfly, her younger sister fresh, unspoiled. The murder investigation presents an odd cross section of the fast upper crust:- a fashionable psychiatrist, a magazine publisher, his twisted daughter, the photographers, the models and their ""protectors"" -- many of them enmeshed in psychological coils. A new facet in mystery writing.

Pub Date: Feb. 26th, 1951
Publisher: Scribner