THE NAME'S DEATH, REMEMBER ME? by Stanton Forbes

THE NAME'S DEATH, REMEMBER ME?

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Remember Stanton Forbes? She used to tell nice housebroken stories about women-and-or-children for women. This has none of that sympathetic element and except for one Wan widow, deals with a tacky group of former classmates invited to a reunion aboard a luxury yacht in the caribbean. The seemingly no reason why holds more interest than what will happen (squabbles and a murder) or who did what.

Pub Date: Nov. 21st, 1969
Publisher: Doubleday