The murder-scheme plot doesn't arise until 24 minutes into its 90, then takes another 15 to advance it. A Quiet Place to Kill then has a good twist arising from this, then still doesn't get all that interesting. There's just too much purposeless small talk. The greatest element of this mediocre film? The ravishing Mediterranean location work is so striking that its sex appeal is almost tangible.
***1/2. At last, a tolerable Umberto Lenzi movie. Good editing, with the exception of the night-club scene, erotic scenes that aren't gratuitous, a professional production design and the Mediterranean Sea. Carroll Baker has never been so desirable in the late 60's at the movies than here. A very good surprise. More than recommended.