HAND IN GLOVE by Ngaio Marsh

HAND IN GLOVE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

If you've read Miss Marsh for years- with delight- this new book will be a bitter disappointment. Ordinarily, her story and character line measure up to her suspense. This time she has painted silly characters- two titivating old maidish elderly gentlemen- told a silly story- too la-di-da for words- and interwoven a mystery that has its moments of violence, its routine false clueing, and an unconvincing solution by the gentleman detective officer, our old friend Alleyn.

Publisher: Little, Brown