THE DOCTOR WAS A DAME by Seldon Truss

THE DOCTOR WAS A DAME

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Mr. Horace of the Snapshot and Gidleigh of the Yard supervise the postmortems of a butler and his employer, an aging Colonel with a young wife, as they connect with Dame Alice Hicks-Drayton, who is also a doctor and the head of a Circle of Youth which is intended to equalize the classes. A prospective heiress, about to come of age, is the target for which other lives are lost. Inchoate and for the most part incredible.

Publisher: Doubleday