DIPLOMAT'S FOLLY by Henry Wade

DIPLOMAT'S FOLLY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Old school tie and a new Chief Constable at odds when the Tabbard family is involved in the murder of a professional diplomat. Local and personal loyalties hamper the constable's determined investigation but the knot is tightened with an old indescretion, current blackmailing and a younger generation's daredeviltry and bitterness. Well-defined and compact British bloodhounding.

Pub Date: Jan. 22nd, 1951
Publisher: Macmillan