AND TO MY BELOVED HUSBAND by Philip Loraine

AND TO MY BELOVED HUSBAND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A fixed focus of suspicion in the murder of Beatrice Kinman, an offensive woman, who is survived only by the very much younger man, Michael, who could only have married her for her money, which he did. In the arrest and trial which follows, it is Beatrice's stepson who champions Michael's defense, works to unearth some evidence which will clear him, and only after the execution- is substantiated in his belief in the now dead man's innocence. A certain superficial show- but on the whole thin-blooded.

Publisher: M. S. Mill