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She Walks Alone
She Walks Alone
Author: Helen McCloy
A woman dies by violence aboard the S.S. Santa Cristina -- a radio flash from the West Indies brings word of an apparently related death -- a man's body turns up, and in his hand is a suicide note written in one woman's handwriting, but signed with another woman's name. And what part does the jar of blood play -- and what's in the two mysterious...  more »
ISBN: 111568
Publication Date: 1948
Pages: 256
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Publisher: Dell
Book Type: Paperback
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The adventures on board the ship hold your attention, and the confined space makes for a whodunit in the grand tradition, since there are only a handful of suspects. Once the action changes to New York, interest flags a bit. I grew quite weary of the heroine's actions, although the denouement shows the logic behind what she does.

All in all, an okay mystery in the Golden Age vein.