DEATH AT 7.10 by H.F.S. Moore

DEATH AT 7.10

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Mark Kent does a psychological probe on the death of a ""super bitch"" whose poisoning he witnesses on a train. Unaccredited, badgeless, he tours her family, relative, amorous and enemy background, discovers hatreds among all members of her circle, is unable to prevent another poisoning, and ultimately stages a confrontation scene that nets the killer. Not without some degree of smartness, this.

Publisher: Doubleday, Doran