THE CANDLES ARE ALL OUT by Nigel FitzGerald

THE CANDLES ARE ALL OUT

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An island, in Ireland, cut off by storm, is the refuge of a Judge, an actor manager and two of his company, and two wanderers who are the guests of the owner and his niece. The escape of a prisoner, his connection with someone in the party and papers to prove his innocence add to the confusion when the owner's house guest is found dead and the actor manager, unhampered by police, hares to a melodramatic solution. Holds to the lightness of This Won't Hurt You.

Pub Date: Feb. 6th, 1960
Publisher: Macmillan