THE BLUE HORSE OF TAXCO by Kathleen Moore Knight
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THE BLUE HORSE OF TAXCO

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New setting, new characters, for a new mystery romance novel from Kathleen Knight who has usually used the Vineyard as setting for locally flavored stories. This time it's Mexico, where a luxury-class shop stages a contest to find novelty in the work of a creative designer in silver. But an ulterior motive gets in the way, and after triple murder and a general doublecross, the contest is revealed as a cover for smuggling and blackmail schemes. Able action and entertainment.

Pub Date: July 10th, 1947
Publisher: Doubleday