DEAD MEN DON'T SKI by Patricia Moyes

DEAD MEN DON'T SKI

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Chief-Inspector Henry Tibbet, an unremarkable man with a ""good nose"", takes a holiday with his wife his in the Austro -Italian Dolomites where, following a skiing accident, a second casualty is obviously murder. The many people who had cause to hate Dr. Hauser, running a cocaine smuggling operation with several unidentified couriers, provide a close and closely timed problem which is pursued by Tibbet with care.... No vertigo, but pleasant and precise.

Pub Date: May 23rd, 1960
Publisher: Rinehart