THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY by Val Gielgud

THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Early on, the detective needed for this high level case is described as an ""intelligent freak"". A policeman who doesn't look like one must fade into the highest stratosphere of British diplomacy and commercial television to solve a murder that might have been suicide. This must be done with equal parts of sensitive evaluation of people and hard clues. More than occasionally amusing.

Pub Date: Aug. 27th, 1963
Publisher: Scribners