Fine. Trade Paperback 1st prtg. (Originally published in 1946 in England this is the first American edition). The second title in the Lady Lupin Quartet. Fine, unread copy of this trade size paperback. Lady Lupin Lorrimer Hastings is the young, lovely, scatterbrained and kindhearted newlwed wife to the vicar of St. Marks in Glanville, Sussex. Lady Lupin is off for a bit of a rest on the eve of World War II at a country hotel in Kent owned and run by old pal Diana Turner when a series of petty thefts requires that she once again use her odd deductive powers to restore order. As usual Lady Lupin gets everything wrong, yet somehow stumbles to the truth, as she runs the hotel in Diana's absence and tries to conceal her highborn origins from a socialist garageman she befriends.
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