CLOSE THE DOOR ON MURDER by John Creasey

CLOSE THE DOOR ON MURDER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Genus Creasey, sub-genus York, species Folly -- uppercase Folly -- he belongs to the Yard, carbon dated in the late '40's, finds a newspaperman requesting Folly to find out why the Marrigays who live under glass and behind barbed wire ever since the decease (an exhumation -- it was murder) of their pater. They now experience a whole prickly rash of further arsenic poisonings and one case of arson. Folly's the kind who says ""Confound it"" or ""There may be more deviltry afoot"" which is more likely to tell you when this was at rather than where.

Pub Date: Jan. 15th, 1972
Publisher: McKay-Washburn