DEATH BY ARRANGEMENT by Laurence Meynell

DEATH BY ARRANGEMENT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Hooky Hefferman takes the job of keeping his private eye on a ""rich man"" millionaire, Waveney Rolffe -- the names will indicate the degree of jovial eccentricity this features -- who has many fine paintings and thinks he might be assassinated. Instead it is crystal-ball gazing Mrs. Fitzroy of the menage who is gassed while another member, his faithful factotum, bears watching. Although your mind is apt to stray unless you enjoy a cutup like ""nom de nose"" Hooky.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1972
Publisher: McKay-Washburn