ALWAYS KILL A STRANGER by Robert L. Fish

ALWAYS KILL A STRANGER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is the sixth case for Brazil's majestically imperturbable Captain Da Silva and while there are none of the exotic incidentals of the earlier books, the situation is very delicado: one of the delegates at an O.A.S. summit conference is to be killed. Then there's the steward, aboard a ship, a prospective appendectomy, who is flown ashore and disappears. All of the action takes place before rather than after the fact, and while the story itself isn't much more substantial than a fritos, still authoritatively handled.

Pub Date: Dec. 9th, 1966
Publisher: Putnam