Mildred B. Davis is an American novelist whose books generally fall into the suspense/mystery genre. Katherine (Davis) Roome, her daughter, and a published author herself, helped Mildred break a 30-year publishing silence by working with her to turn some previously unpublished manuscripts into the Murder in Maine series. The third book of this series, however, was written by Mildred quite recently. —Wikipedia
Tell Them What’s-Her-Name Called was published in 1975 by Random House, New York. The jacket typography combines Simplex, a monolinear uncial originally designed by S.H. de Roos for the Amsterdam Type Foundry in 1939, and ITC Avant Garde Gothic (1970), here with its alternate e and noticeable ink traps.