MURDERER'S MANSION by Irene Shaw

MURDERER'S MANSION

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Murderer's mansion is a pile in a dark wood really called Moonston Manor, occupied by a sole pariah whose secret you will learn at the end. Marianne, who hasn't many gray cells, loses Michael, who has too many white ones, to that disease but remembers the ""delicate benediction of his love"" and his dreadful poetry. She's also pursued by his twin sister who thinks she murdered him and there is much talk about hippys (sic), an Indian mystic and a cat called Souffle. Nobody's fur will rise--it's a reject from the Wide World Mystery Hour.

Pub Date: Jan. 16th, 1975
Publisher: Doubleday