THE MAN WHO SLEPT ALL DAY by Michael Venning
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THE MAN WHO SLEPT ALL DAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Bright idea and good characters make for an entertaining tantalizer, as a badly assembled houseparty goes mute about the murdered brother of their host. There are flashbacks to the reasons that keep them quiet, the truth of the secrets the dead man holds, and, just as ach is about to disclose the killing, the host is murdered and a new climax provided. Neat.

Pub Date: July 13th, 1942
Publisher: Coward, McCann