Face to face

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New American Library, 1967 - Fiction - 215 pages
3 Reviews
The only clue to the murder of Gloria Guild, the singing "Glory" of the Thirties, is her dying scrawl of the word "face". Why face? Whose face? Ellery Queen pursues the Glory riddle from the Bowery to a way-out wedding -- and a surprise climax that will jolt you into cold shock. Any reader who nails this killer is a genius or a cheat.

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Girl's inheritance tied up, at least not her.

Review: Face to Face (Ellery Queen Detective #31)

User Review  - Jeffrey Marks - Goodreads

A good, but not great EQ. A serviceable plot, though padded at times, the story is fairly straight-forward. A nice touch is the number of references to the early EQ books. Mentions of the Roman theatre, JJ McQ, and Siamese Twins appear in this late EQ title. Read full review

Contents

HALF FACE
55
THREEQUARTER FACE
128
FULL FACE
181
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