DEATH IN THE THAMES by J. R. L. Anderson

DEATH IN THE THAMES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

It seems unlikely that George Judd, an old duffer who fishes on the Thames, died of ""natural causes"" and Peter Blair, on a small cruiser, is assigned to look into this as well as the activities at nearby Hastings House, a private institute for the upper echelon of British Scientific Engineering. Before he's through, Blair is in and out of cold water.... Classic modern proceedings with a specificity of detail that brings in the incontrovertible conclusion at a pleasantly slower change of pace.

Pub Date: Aug. 1st, 1975
Publisher: Stein & Day