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Death and the Pleasant Voices by  Mary [pseud. Kathleen Freeman] Fitt - Paperback - Reprint - 1984 - from KALAMOS BOOKS and Biblio.com

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Death and the Pleasant Voices

by Fitt, Mary [pseud. Kathleen Freeman]

Condition: Fine


New York: Dover Publications, 1984 Stormbound Jake Seaborne, looks for refuge in Ullstone Hall . He is greeted as a member of the famil, yet behind the pleasant voices and forced smiles Jake detects thinly disguised hatred and murderous heats , .. and is unwittingly caught up in sinister machinationsand is ensnared in a perilous maze of greed, duplicity and murder. Originally published by Michael Joseph 1984. Reprint. Softcover. Fine.




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