The last houseparty
Forty years after the last of the Countess of Snailwood's fashionable political house parties, a move to repair her fantastic clock reconnects the sole survivor of those waltz-filled weekends with newly perceived, tragic events and people
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Review: The Last House-Party (Pantheon International Crime)User Review - Goodreads
This is much more the sort of twisty multi-layered story I expect from something subtitled "A Novel of Suspense," although I didn't find it particularly suspenseful. But the cuts between the 1937 ...
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This man makes me proud to be classified as a mystery writer.