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The Foggy, Foggy Dew
The Foggy Foggy Dew
Author: Charity Blackstock
He had no idea who had murdered Seraphina... Who could want to murder so young and pretty a little girl? But murdered she had been, and it was more than possible that the police would be regarding him with the gravest suspicion.
ISBN: 122617
Publication Date: 6/1971
Pages: 188
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Publisher: Ballantine Books, Inc.
Book Type: Paperback
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Andrew Mallory is a British anthropologist living in self imposed exile among the natives of a tropical island.
At Christmas time Mallory returns to London, for old times' sake. After an unpleasant evening at a society party where he drinks far too much, Mallory finds himself escorting a pretty young woman to the glamorous nightclub of the moment. And before the night is over, the lovely lady is found brutally murdered in the nightclub's ladies' room, and Mallory is drawn into the dangerous, shifting world of international intrigue -- with deadly consequences.
A good, and fast, read with just the right amount of creepiness.
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