BRINK OF DISASTER by Guy Cullingford

BRINK OF DISASTER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Robert Cane, a pusillanimous man leashed to a rigid woman, is implicated in the death of a younger one he'd been ""larkin"" with, cleared by his wife's alibi. He seems to be an ideal prospective patsy for some newcomers in town, who have a young cousin who is unwanted-- except for her thirty thousand pounds. All of this is developed in a consistent, persistent fashion so that the prosaic circumstances and characters assume an unpleasant plausibility.

Pub Date: Oct. 3rd, 1966
Publisher: Roy