A bit of mystery, some ghost haunting, and a double-take on romance here tell the story of a novelist Eve Endicott who tries...

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LETTERS TO A STRANGER

A bit of mystery, some ghost haunting, and a double-take on romance here tell the story of a novelist Eve Endicott who tries to rescue a fan from an ogreish father. Besides this trio, there's a next door neighbor whose dead wife's spirit must be exorcised before the jolts and heartaches have been overcome. A pleasant modern fairy tale done with charm and grace.

Pub Date: Nov. 1, 1954

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Page Count: -

Publisher: Little Brown-D.S.P.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1, 1954