THE GHOSTS' HIGH NOON by John Dickson Carr

THE GHOSTS' HIGH NOON

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The venerable Mr. Carr, lallygagging through New Orleans just before World War I in one of his long-toothed, and only nominal entertainments about one Jim Blake (he works for Harper's Weekly) who is sent down there to-do a personality story on a political candidate. There is of course a murder entailing latterday revelations but even the-presence of Yvonne, a ""grande amoureuse,"" won't make this a ""nuit enchantee.

Pub Date: Nov. 19th, 1969
Publisher: Harper & Row