CECILY LIGHTWOOD was giving a party to her friends, mainly drawn from the literary and artistic world in which the clever and talented Cecily moved. That night she was looking particularly radiant as she received her guests. But somehow the party didn't seem complete. It was in danger indeed of falling rather flat. And all because of the absence of one man, Aubrey Ritter the playwright, who was Cecily's nearest neighbour, actually occupying the flat above. Where was Aubrey, who should have been the lion of the evening? Murder Among Friends is a distinguished mystery story excellently told by Miss Elizabeth Ferrars, whose previous successes have earned her a deservedly high reputation. She excels in the portrayal of her carefully observed characters, her racy dialogue, and not least in the ingenuity of her solution.
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