MURDER AT A POLICE STATION by Jefferson Farjeon

MURDER AT A POLICE STATION

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Smooth, if a ucolic, this tale of a small English town, and a long night's job of apprehending a murderer and unknotting tangled relationships. Sergeant Fork, his able farmer-father, get no sleep over an unidentified body, a family feud, a drunken painter, a romance or two, telephones out of order, and the criss-cross of impossibilities. Pork handles it well, and avoids scandal.

Pub Date: March 10th, 1943
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill