A GRAVE UNDERTAKING by Lionel White
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A GRAVE UNDERTAKING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An ungentlemanly League of Gentleman's attempt- to pull off a big bank robbery- is organized, synchronized and effected-through a mortician's establishment and with the necessary props- a hearse, a cortege and a body. However the corpse which is secured- that of a nameless man- has a genuine claimant, his daughter, and her attempt to find her father's remains alerts a second attempt to find her and this pursuit, by her fiance and a newspaperman on his first case, breaks the crime for the police. Clever and catchy.

Pub Date: Dec. 11th, 1961
Publisher: Dutton