Streamlined Murder. Grosset & Dunlap Edition in dustjacket

By: MacVEIGH, Sue NEARING, Elizabeth Custer

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MacVEIGH, Sue. Streamlined Murder. New York : Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, By arrangement with Houghton Mifflin Company, (copyright 1940). Pp (6),[1]-221,(5). 8vo, red cloth, black lettering to front board and spine, top edgedyed black. Sue MacVeigh (b. January 9, 1898 - d. August 30, 1960, Ridgewo od, New Jersey) is a pseudonym for author and journalist Elizabeth Custer Nearing. A direct descendant of George Armstrong Custer, she worked as a news reporter for the Philadelphia Public Ledger, managing editor of the Clifton Times (New Jersey) and feature writer for the New York Telegram. She wrote four mystery novels between 1939 and 1941 under the pen name 'Sue MacVeigh". "They had all been invited to go on the experimental trip of the new streamliner — all of this closely knit group of railroad officials, with their wives and their children and their friends. Some of these men were on the way up, and some were on the way out, and for each the success or failureof the streamliner meant a turning point in life. Bur Sue and Andy MacVeig h knew of higher stakes and a greater crisis; could the lines fastest trainoutrace death? The first warning had come at a celebration on the eve of t he trial run from New York to Chicago, and when the streamliner started west, one of the invited guests was not present. The second warning came with a high-ball, and brought the grim realization that they were all prisoners of speed as the train rocketed through the night." (from the dj). Penned name, else very good in rubbed and chipped dustjacket. 50.00

Title: Streamlined Murder. Grosset & Dunlap Edition in dustjacket

Author Name: MacVEIGH, Sue NEARING, Elizabeth Custer

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap Publishers, New York, 1940,:

Seller ID: 115848