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Through A Glass, Darkly
Through A Glass Darkly
Author: Helen McCloy
Supernatural murder? At a lonely cottage amid the dunes, a psychiatrist-detective solves an eerie and baffling killing.
ISBN: 111625
Publication Date: 1950
Pages: 192
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Publisher: Dell
Book Type: Paperback
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Dr. Basil Willing tackles the case of a doppleganger involved in murder, and meets his future wife in the bargain.

From the Dell paperback edition: "Strange, evil happenings and an aura of impending doom weigh heavily on a beautiful girl who is the unfortunate victim of a terror-filled existence. The bizarre events are seemingly supernatural to all persons but Dr. Basil Willing. He follows a murderer's trail through the worlds of spirit and legend and back into this world to solve the case of the only woman who could never have an alibi."

Recommended if you like Golden Age mysteries.