Murder for Two

Filstrup, Jane
July 1978
New Republic;7/22/78, Vol. 179 Issue 4, p35
Presents an insight into the profile of American detective novelists Richard Lockridge. Statement that he complements the intellectual appeal of the puzzle in a detective story with the velocity and romance of an adventure story and the adroit characterization of a novel of manners; Reference to Lockridge's stories as old-fashioned; Discussion on his book "Mr. and Mrs. North."


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