DIED IN THE WOOL by Ngaio Marsh

DIED IN THE WOOL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Good psychological background for a well-sustained crime story which brings Chief Detective-Inspector Alleyn to the scene, in far off New Zealand, where a woman had died a grisly sort of death two years ago -- and the household had remained intact. Each member of the family presents another angle on the dead woman and Alleyn, interpreting the evidence, reconstructs the crime and gets his man. Able.

Publisher: Little, Brown