"The perfect in-flight read. The only thing that's dated is the long-distance train."
A year after reprinting Hughes' first novel, The So Blue Marble (1940), Otto Penzler follows it with her eighth, a 1945 tale of murder feared and then executed aboard a long-distance train.
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