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Between the Covers-Rare Books
Gloucester City, NJ, USA
Raised in Japan by American expatriates, Karen Leith now lives a reclusive life in New York, known chiefly for her highly regarded novels, of which the latest has won a major American literary award. When she is found on the floor behind her desk, surrounded by blood, it looks like foul play. But the only possible suspect is Leith's future daughter-in-law, Eva, who has recently become engaged. Eva swears by her innocence, even though she was the last to hear Leith alive and the first to find her dead. Eva was waiting outside Leith's office to share the happy news and maintains that no one entered through that door, while the room's other possible exit was locked.
- PID: 13229351193
- Publisher: International Readers League
- Date Published: 1937
- Seller: Between the Covers-Rare Books
Condition: Very Good
Notes: Very good. Book is lightly rubbed, chipped and frayed at spine ends and corners, pages yellowed, foredges soiled. Please Note: This book has been transferred to Between the Covers from another database and might not be described to our usual standards. Please inquire for more detailed condition information.