BLACK WELCOME by Nigel Fitzgerald


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An Irish welcome in a most unusual guise awaits Hector O'Brien Moore, American representative of an Irish family. Nobody at the Shannon Airport; nobody at the house except the of a red haired girl, assigned to interview Hector -- and a drunken family retainer. Everyone had no one of them airtight. There were reasons for suspecting several people and then another death brought the matter right into the family. Superintendent Duffy finds abilities and intricacies and the necessity of handling sensitive, touch me not people a difficult challenge, but he narrows his case down to a reasonable conclusion. Good details of background and a way of life marred by some unbelievable people, to particular a smart girl child.

Publisher: Macmillan