BLUE BLOOD WILL OUT by Tim Heald

BLUE BLOOD WILL OUT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This takes place at one of those stately homes converted into a profitable enterprise (do you remember the monastery of Unbecoming Habits) until just prior to the arrival of a ""well-connected aboriginal"" from Rhodesia; a Lord is shot, and then the host Sir Canning Abney blows up on the Thames. More diversification (confusion) than the first but impudent and amusing -- fitfully.

Pub Date: Aug. 1st, 1974
Publisher: Stein & Day