THE EWE LAMB by Margaret Erskine

THE EWE LAMB

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The ewe lamb here is beloved as a potential inheritor, not for his unpredictable personality. Niccolo is the dregs of a proud lineage, the Staveling family whose ancestor portraits line the walls of a house now serving as a museum piece. But one guide finds in a painting a secret. . . and is killed in flight. Her cousin, Kate Crawford, comes to take her place and is in turn watched, as a second murder is committed. The ewe lamb. . . a black sheep? A real puzzler, ladyfingered and likable.

Pub Date: Aug. 23rd, 1968
Publisher: Doubleday