THE QUEEN AND THE CORPSE by Max Murray

THE QUEEN AND THE CORPSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A diary of scurrilous scandals is the motive for murder aboard the Queen Alexandria, west-bound from England. It is Almsford, likable dilettante, who disposes of the diary, pursues his American love, and straightens out those whose reputations are threatened by the book. A girl's death back in England, the killing of the woman who holds the diary, old skeletons brought to light, offer debonair deducing.

Pub Date: June 22nd, 1949
Publisher: Farrar, Straus