THE SAME WAY HOME by Rupert Croft-Cooke

THE SAME WAY HOME

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Not a mystery story, but it should have some sale for that market. It is the story of a murder, of which everyone first on the scene is aware, but which is adjudged Accidental Death by the jury. The whole story is the build up within the family -- and people connected with them one way or another -- the decision as to what shall be said -- the attempt to make the twin sister of the guilty youth ""unsay"" what she has already confessed. A psychological study, interesting enough, but with elements not wholly convincing. There's a good deal of love on the side.

Publisher: Macmillan