THE CORPSES AT INDIAN STONES by Philip Wylie

THE CORPSES AT INDIAN STONES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Agamnon Telemachus Plum, bearded benedict and anthropologist, is forced into a murder case and romance while summering with a maiden aunt who makes other people's business strictly her own. A double murder, a miing man, a case of fox-bite, and other unnatural natural phenomena give Aggle much to speculate with and revives the story of an old partnership and a board of gold. Easy dialogue, pleasant company, for a definitely unsound mystery.

Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart