SOUND OF REVELRY by Octavus Roy Cohen

SOUND OF REVELRY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Sure, slick style for not too heavy headwork, in high society jinks when Judy and Steve, professional dancers, find themselves involved in murder among their New York patrons -- four in fact -- and Judy, inheriting from one of the deceased, finds herself chief bait for the police. The plot thickens, until Steve, always protecting Judy, traces it down to a Nazi clique cleaning house via murder.

Pub Date: Aug. 24th, 1943
Publisher: Macmillan