DESTINATION CAPRI by Laura Cooper Rendina

DESTINATION CAPRI

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This tripticket streaks from a shipboard crossing to Naples to Sicily, during the course of which Lisa Jordan and her Aunt Margaret, a journalist, have reason to question the recent theft of a Leonardo (in Connecticut). The painting had been the property of one Prince Amadeo Agriponte, incognito on board but later very insistent in his attentions to Aunt Meg; then there's Lisa's older Italian Euzo who drops alluring ""amores"": and finally Lisa's suitcase, the repository of An old author who's kept her dialogue young and the setting of course is very scenic. The girls will enjoy it whether they believe it or more likely not.

Pub Date: Sept. 19th, 1968
Publisher: Little, Brown