THE ALLINGHAM MINIBUS by Margery Allingham

THE ALLINGHAM MINIBUS

KIRKUS REVIEW

Eighteen brief entertainments featuring one of the late Miss Allingham's amusing sidelines -- hosts of ghosts and at least one ghoul perform in chillers that are traditional at the base, lit by candles and hurricane lamps, pointed with a quite wicked humor. There's the perfect butler who can "turn away. . . anybody or anything"; a flurry of very dead letters; revenge at a gravesite, etc. And Campion appears twice. This minibus should go far with those who like their ghosts substantial.
Pub Date: Dec. 3rd, 1973
Publisher: Morrow/HarperCollins
Review Posted Online:
Kirkus Reviews Issue: Dec. 1st, 1973




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