MR. ZERO by Patricia Wentworth

MR. ZERO

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A casual, debonair and not too mystifying tale about a young married featherbrained socialite who is involved in a sabotage cabal, and who gets her far more intelligent cousin and beau to step in and straighten it out. Total lack of suspects makes it too easy guessing. Dash of adventure and young people capering about in fairly incredible fashion. Nothing mental -- agreeable enough. Lightweight rental -- society setting, with state affairs involved.

Pub Date: July 28th, 1938
Publisher: Lippincott