MURDER IN THE BLACKOUT by J. Russell Warren

MURDER IN THE BLACKOUT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Similar in pattern to the author's Murder from Three Angles, this gives the accused man's, the local inspector's and the blind criminologist's views on a murder committed during a trial blackout in an English town. The case builds up with the accused overburdened with circumstantial evidence, and it takes a plant to force the real killer into the open. Very much, whodunit school.

Pub Date: June 21st, 1940
Publisher: Sheridan House