THE SEARCH FOR TABATHA CARR by Richard Stern

THE SEARCH FOR TABATHA CARR

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Tabatha Carr, if she can be located within two months, will inherit a million and a half dollars, and Willard Robbins, a young lawyer, is sent to find her- in Europe- here before long he has every reason to believe she is working for Communist agents. Her Brother and his wife prove to be unsuspected enemies of Tabatha's- along with those he would keep him from finding her and murder in order to do so-- But the trail, an attractive itinerary, leads from Paris to Vienna to the Tyrol for the final identification. look to sensuous touches for suspense, while not too devious a diversion.

Pub Date: March 21st, 1960
Publisher: Scribner