The Kite

The Kite (1937)

Carl Jacobi

Jacobi returns to Borneo with this tale, but tosses in a Tibetan curse to explain the strange effect a kite flying high over the jungle has on the wife and daughter of a thieving collector of native artifacts. Fast-paced, but cluttered and illogical. Originally published as “Satan’s Kite.”

Reviewed by: Nat Hocken

Rating: 2

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