FOUR LOST LADIES by Stuart Palmer

FOUR LOST LADIES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A welcome for the return of Miss Hildegarde Withers who takes in tow not only the possible disgrace of Inspector Oscar Piper but an intelligent bobby soxer and an ebullient French poodle. Her conviction that four women who have vanished are no longer alive leads her to a recent murder, an impersonation and denunciation by Piper. A transcontinental air trip and the Police Department helicopter break the case. Tart and trustworthy.

Pub Date: Sept. 7th, 1949
Publisher: M. S. Mill