INVITATION TO MURDER by Leslie Ford

INVITATION TO MURDER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Unofficially, the Maloney will was so termed in the office destined to handle its eccentric provisions and to cope with the dilemmas resulting from the conflict between the old man's daughter, the much-married Countess de Gradoff, and the eventual heiress, her school girl daughter, Jenny. And ""Fish"" Finlay was assigned the job which brought its mead of murder, attempted murder, blackmail, set against luxurious households in New York and Newport, and rural Virginia. Good summer entertainment, better written than the Grace Latham Colonel Primrose opi.

Pub Date: Sept. 14th, 1954
Publisher: Scribner