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The Voice
The Voice
Author: Anthony Gilbert
"Step into my parlor," said the spider to the fly. Passionate and vital Madge Gardiner did-and died. Now young Colin Bruce was snared in the spider's web, destined to hang for her death.
ISBN: 177082
Publication Date: 12/1971
Pages: 215
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Publisher: Beagle Mystery
Book Type: Paperback
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The splendid, and unique, Arthur Crook, a British barrister who has never had a guilty client, returns in an intriguing mystery with a surprising twist. Anyone who has never read one of these books is in for a treat. It provides a detailed picture of life in London in the early 50's among the middle and lower-classes. Crook himself is as usual an amusing and likable character, but the book introduces as well a slew of other interesting individuals, especially the victim. I recommend it highly.
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