NONE OF US CARED FOR KATE by John Haythorne

NONE OF US CARED FOR KATE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

None of us cared much for this--the plot is no more than an episode--except perhaps for its bumbling Oliver Mandrake who is sent by the Foreign Office to a small, atypical part of southeast Asia, where the Secretary of the Ambassador, Kate Prentice, has been killed. She's a gregarious if sexually energetic sort but before long it appears that everyone disliked her, with good reason, and Mandrake, well, roots out the murderer. A very British bash partially redeemed by its portly good humor.

Pub Date: Nov. 13th, 1968
Publisher: Dutton