KNIGHT MISSING by Simon Stone

KNIGHT MISSING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Pre-war vintage, a la Anglaise, for professional tastes, concerned with the disappearance of Sir Thomas Tewke, of good reputation but evil deeds. The Church, the State, and 'the Law all combine to provide a worthy cause for Sir Brian Conway, crime fancier of the unorthodox school, who traces down Sir Thomas' enemies, activities and backgrounds, finds proof of murder, cerebrates over each new part of the mosaic, and eventually covers himself and the police with glory. Long, intricate and mentally active.

Pub Date: Feb. 27th, 1945
Publisher: Macmillan