SCANDAL HAS TWO FACES by Mary E. Campbell

SCANDAL HAS TWO FACES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Double trouble on a midwest State University campus when a confusion of Dryden for Dante in the English Department's freshman final indicates a wholesale crib, and when this is followed by the murder of the Dean, a political appointee. Prosecuting Attorney Craig investigates among innumerable Deans, Professors, students and Fellowship candidates and ends up with a not too seaworthy solution. Fair.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1943
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran