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From Doon with death

Irāmāvatāra kāviyattin̲in̲r̲u tiraṭṭiyatu

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        StatementJ. Curley
        PublishersJ. Curley
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        LC Classifications1976
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 134 p. :
        Number of Pages50
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10089340022X
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A bay window at the bottom, two flat sash windows about it and—yes, two smaller ones above that under the slated eyelids of the roof.

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They are definitely not wealthy and live a very frugal existence. Parsons lets the police into his home, a startling discovery leads everyone to question just who Margaret Parsons really was.

From Doon With Death by Ruth Rendell

Inspector Wexford, the formidable chief of police, feels baffled -- until he discovers Margaret's dark secret: a trove of rare books, each volume breathlessly inscribed by a passionate lover identified only as Doon. What you do in childhood may come back to haunt you. It is not so much that this story could not be told today but that it would be told differently and our sympathies might be expected to be somewhat different. But then the missing woman's body is found, strangled and abandoned in a nearby wood.

Inspector Wexford, the formidable chief of police, feels baffled -- until he discovers Margaret's dark secret: a trove of rare books, each volume breathlessly inscribed by a passionate lover identified only as Doon.