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THE author of " Plan XVI " here uses Lewis Carroll's immortal diversion, " Through the Locking-Glass," as the basis for a thriller of an unusual type. Playing in a Christmas Pantomime, three of the actors die suddenly in costume and the fourth member of the cast is charged with their murder. The problem of sifting the evidence provides the background of a story which is concerned not only with the subtleties of the plot but with a close psychological study of the characters involved.
Douglas G Browne
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