CASE FOR EQUITY by Katharine Hill

CASE FOR EQUITY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Lorna Donahue, excitable, irritating and clever, sets the police by the cars when she returns to Connecticut from Hollywood, and then makes matters worse by tumbling into a morass of murder, blackmail, etc. and trying to convince the police that something's doing. When she fails, she trails some red herrings herself, and is herself almost a victim. Local Little Theatre doings, two murders and two attempts supply ample action. As a whodunit, only so so; but a good yarn.

Pub Date: Oct. 15th, 1945
Publisher: Dutton