THE MURDER THAT HAD EVERYTHING by Hulbert Footner

THE MURDER THAT HAD EVERYTHING

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Criminologist Mappin, called in by wealthy girl to find her missing fiance, discovers said fiance's body. Investigation involves New York socialites, disappearance of big money, and personal revenge for past snubbings by social bigwigs. Stilted -- only so-so.

Pub Date: July 20th, 1939
Publisher: Harper