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Si , "Ct i fry JEAN FRANCIS WEBB Murder Mystery By Former Resident NO MATCH FOR MURDER. By Jean Francis Webb. 296 pp. Mac-miltan Mac-miltan Mac-miltan Company, X. T. Jean Francis Webb, married to Nancy Bukeley of Honolulu and now living in New York city, taught courses in commercial writing at the University of Hawaii in 1940. During During residence here he took part In radio dramas and was an enthusiastic enthusiastic fan In audience at the polo matches held at the Kapiolanl park field. It was polo that gave him the idea for what is a crack mystery story. The seven star pleasure jpleiades for detective writing pivot about the priorities or plot, people, (pace and peril. The first must be original and plausible, well knit soundly motivated; the second must be human if not humane in speech and action; the third must appear naturally, however artificially, progressive; progressive; the fourth must not be so so or too too in toto. Webb's detective fiction Judged by thi book geta seven atara en your bookshelf!