The Digging At Pistol Key

The Digging at Pistol Key (1947)

Carl Jacobi

Incongruous combination of Jamaican voodoo and pirate treasure in a story about a disdainful Brit in Trinidad who kills his young black house-servant in a fit of temper and lives to regret it. And the treasure? Jacobi horns that in, too, but not quite cleverly enough to make this tale convincing.

Reviewed by: Nat Hocken

Rating: 3

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