THE RHINE REPLICA by Martha Albrand

THE RHINE REPLICA

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Miss Albrand has been writing this kind of ornamental, providential suspense story ever since Reichdom come and this one again pursues its renascence in modern Cologne where Andrew Waldron, a writer, via his attraction to one Bettina, becomes involved in her accident-prone entourage: an aging sculptor who leaps from a sanitarium; the death of her oldest friend Rudi. In fact Waldron himself wakes up to find himself in the sanitarium looking like? You'll have to take this at face value too.

Pub Date: Oct. 31st, 1969
Publisher: Random House