MURDER WILL SPEAK by J. J. Connington

MURDER WILL SPEAK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Connington is always the slow-moving cautious Englishman, and this is even more drawling than usual. Poison pen letters in a London suburb start a postal investigation, and two deaths bring the Constable into the picture. In the end, there is no real tie up; simply suicide and revenge. Pretty dull.

Pub Date: Oct. 21st, 1938
Publisher: Little, Brown