MINUTE FOR MURDER by Nicholas Blake

MINUTE FOR MURDER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Nigel Strangeways, and the strange ways of death in a government office, as poison makes away with Our Blonde, a more than usually attractive secretary, and Strange-ways, working unofficially for CID, proceeds logically to narrow his investigation of the office personnel and their relations on the outside. Sounding out one case after another against each suspect, fitting together affairs and characters, Strangeways is able to stagemanage a scene that reveals the killer's identity. A detailed, wellworked out brain exerciser.

Pub Date: Jan. 7th, 1947
Publisher: Harper