BIRDS OF ILL OMEN by Kathleen Moore Knight

BIRDS OF ILL OMEN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Disappointing denouement for a story against a languorous setting of a Mexican hacienda, and a promising mystery of identity. Sudden death- suicide- murder, and too many with motives for the last, lead up to the rapid recovery of two people supposedly out of the picture -- to an identification -- and to the discovery of the murderer whose involvement seems very second hand and unimportant. Not up to her others.

Pub Date: April 8th, 1948
Publisher: Doubleday