The Mayor's Wife

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Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2005 - Fiction - 404 pages
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1907. An American detective-story writer, Green's many thrillers were characterized by logical construction and a knowledge of criminal law. The book begins: I am not without self-control, yet when Miss Davies entered the room with that air of importance she invariably assumes when she has an unusually fine position to offer, I could not hide all traces of my anxiety. I needed a position, needed it badly, while the others-But her eyes are on our faces, she is scanning us all with that close and calculating gaze which lets nothing escape. She has passed me by-my heart does down, down-when suddenly her look returns and she singles me out. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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User Review  - Amy Beck - Goodreads

Woman assigned to care for mayors wife. Two odd old ladies next door. House haunted. Turns out mayors wife had married their nephew when she was sixteen and run away. Too unrealistic. Read full review

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User Review  - April - Goodreads

Missing money, strange old neighbor ladies, servants and politics, and secret ccodes. Not my favorite of Anna Katherine Green, but not too bad. Read full review

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