THE MYSTERIOUS MR. I by Harry Stephen Keeler

THE MYSTERIOUS MR. I

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Told in the first person -- which with a goodly crop of aliases and a half dozen different names, creates plenty of confusion of identity. Plenty of plot -- round about a solution of a murder for the love of a woman in a convent -- plenty of red herrings in the way of sub plots galore -- a Chicago background. Only a Keeler fan (can there possibly be any such?) would care and he should take a Keeler-cure.

Pub Date: Nov. 1st, 1938
Publisher: Dutton