The Last Houseparty
Forty years ago the Countess of Snailwood's fashionable house parties were attended by all the leaders of art and politics. One of them committed a savage crime. Now all these years later, a move to repair her fantastic clock reconnects the sole survivor of those waltz-filled weekends with the disturbing mystery.
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