DEATH IN A MILLION LIVING ROOMS by Pat McGerr

DEATH IN A MILLION LIVING ROOMS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Television provides the setting for death on the screen, and even those who are watching are caught offguard. A budding researcher in journalism, out on a story, happens to be in on each phase of a tempest in the teapot, as the leading lady, due to an accident, almost loses her chance to pull all the strings. Lots of inside details of procedure, inside tracks on inter-cast rivalries and backbitings, will give this an extra fillip for the television audience.

Pub Date: Nov. 29th, 1951
Publisher: Doubleday