MYSTERY AT SAINT-HILAIRE by Priscilla Hagon

MYSTERY AT SAINT-HILAIRE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Better than Dancing to Danger, her last, which was worse than Cruising to Danger, her first, this takes British Gwenda from Paris to Brittany (after she finds a child's letter in a book) to Mont Saint-Hilaire, a Saint-Michel like monastery-fortress town. There she agrees to stay as companion-comforter to Guennala (guacious -- there's even a Port Guenil near by) whose previous girl was the victim of a deliberate murder attempt. And along with Gwenda's prosaic Parisian suitor, there's a local replacement in Sebastien.... Gothicoated for the girls.

Pub Date: Sept. 16th, 1968
Publisher: World