ROAD TO FOLLY by Leslie Ford

ROAD TO FOLLY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A good yarn, but scarcely ranking as a mystery or detective story. Characters, setting (Charleston) and situation make it good reading, but the interest lies in the tale of how old Charleston pride conceals the skeletons in the family cupboard even at risk of destruction of happiness and peace and love, until two violent deaths force a revelation, a confession and a suicide. Diane Baker, decorator, is narrator. None of the old familiar standbyes of the Leslie Ford mystery stories come in.

Pub Date: Feb. 26th, 1940
Publisher: Scribner