SUCH AN ENMITY by Roland Pertwee

SUCH AN ENMITY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Creaky Oppenheim -- wonder why the publishers continue to have faith in him? Plot is stilted -- characters unreal -- setting, Southern France where a group of people are scheming to start a fashionable resort. Their leader, hated by all, dies -- everyone is under suspicion. Might have a sale as a rather feeble attempt at a mystery story, though not classified as such. Can't see the need for it.

Pub Date: April 6th, 1936
Publisher: Little, Brown