FOWL MURDER by R. Howard Lindsay
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FOWL MURDER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For them as think they've missed nothing in mystery yarns --this has a new shock technique, stream of consciousness and dialogue style that is a new high (or low) in rowdy, drunken murder concoctions. Private McPherson, brought in as object of a treasure hunt by Patty Tarleton, has his eyes opened to murder among the eccentric Tarleton tribe. Airing a few family skeletons, outsmarting warped minds buying information, he sleuths a double killing. Tries a bit too hard, but smartpaces along.

Pub Date: Aug. 13th, 1941
Publisher: Little, Brown