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Old 08-01-2008, 12:56 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by Patricia View Post
Josephine Tey [Elizabeth MacKintosh] (1896–1952)
To love and Be Wise (1950)

An American goes missing in a country village inhabited by artistic types. Inspector Grant investigates…

Spoiler:
This has plot devices similar to those used subsequently in Ruth Rendell’s first novel, ‘From Doon with Death,’ [1964] and, to a lesser extent, in her later novel ‘A Sleeping Life’.
Many thanks, Patricia. This will keep me going until the Daughter of Time

Regards, Alex
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