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Four Lost Ladies
Four Lost Ladies
Author: Stuart Palmer
When suddenly asked if he knew how many lonely, middle-aged, unnattached women disappeared in New York every year Inspector Piper only said, "Not enough." And when Miss Hildegarde Withers, retired schoolma'am in search of a crime, suddenly realised the importance of the Christmas card that hadn't arrived and went rushing off, leaving Inspector ...  more »
ISBN: 128624
Publication Date: 1949
Pages: 174
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Publisher: Walter J. Black
Book Type: Hardcover
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A fun read, not too deep (not deep at all, actually), and if you're a fan of Miss Withers, it will satisfy you. For others it might be too flippant and full of cliches (probably even for the late 1940's when it was written.)