MR. MOTO IS SO SORRY by John P. Marquand

MR. MOTO IS SO SORRY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Not up to the best of the Moto stories, but eminently readable, for moments of relaxation. This time Mr. Moto's efforts are directed toward ascertaining the strength of the Russian forces, and uses as his tool a young American, bound on an errand of chivalry, and inadvertently involved in the complications surrounding a traveling companion. Good suspense, as always, and Mr. Moto once again the urbane, outwardly commonplace Japanese.

Pub Date: Aug. 19th, 1938
Publisher: Little, Brown