The Hours Before Dawn, Volume 2833

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Lippincott, 1958 - Detective and mystery stories - 190 pages
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Story of a young household and the effect on the mother of a quiet tenant's strange and frightening diary.

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User Review  - DeltaQueen50 - LibraryThing

In The Hours Before Dawn, author Celia Fremlin uses the clever idea of a mother’s sleep deprivation to built her story upon. Louise Henderson has a very full plate indeed. Caring for three children ... Read full review

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Protagonist has three children, including a new baby who won't sleep at night, and a traditional British husband who can't figure out why his shirts aren't being ironed properly. To help with expenses ... Read full review


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