A FINE AND PRIVATE PLACE by Mary Fitt

A FINE AND PRIVATE PLACE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A treasure trove of silver is the cause of surveyor John Thorneycroft's implication in the affairs of Nicolas Garth whose many relatives have many interests in the loss of that treasure. John, and Garth's niece Mary, are unable to learn the truth of that theft, unable to prevent a double killing, and are estranged by family bias. But John, intent on saving Mary, catches the their and killer. Unhurried

Pub Date: Aug. 15th, 1947
Publisher: Putnam