DEAR DEAD MOTHER-IN-LAW by Katherine Hill

DEAR DEAD MOTHER-IN-LAW

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Scatterbrained, suburban opus as a mother-in-law to end all mothers-in-law is ended, and Walter, her son by marriage, is held as prime suspect. Mrs. Donahue, local widow and realtor, decides to exonerate Walter by carrying the investigation further and gets a culprit of sorts. Tiresome.

Pub Date: March 1st, 1944
Publisher: Dutton