THE CASE OF THE FRIGHTENED FISH by William Du Bois

THE CASE OF THE FRIGHTENED FISH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Sprightly entertainment, though so fast paced as to be sometimes confusing. New York journalist goes to Bermuda and to Nassau on the trail of a murderer, and is confronted with another deader; then with the opening of an aquarium, on a Bahamas bay, is presented with two more. Romance, professional jealousies, marital trouble, provide this amateur criminologist with plenty of false leads, but the criminal is apprehended without further loss of life (Jordan was in The Case of the Deadly Diary).

Pub Date: Aug. 8th, 1940
Publisher: Little, Brown