TO LOVE AND BE WISE by Josephine Tey

TO LOVE AND BE WISE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A migration of the intellegentsia to Salcott St. Mary offers an artistic thieves' nest for Detective Sergeant Grant to rummage around in when an American photographer disappears. Leslie Searle, having won friends and enemies in the art colony, with his sleight of hand vanishing has Grant pushing his flair for sieving facts to its finest and this kid glove case winds up to an ingenious end. A good entry for the Ngaio Marsh market.

Pub Date: Jan. 24th, 1950
ISBN: 1849025991
Publisher: Macmillan