DEAD OF WINTER by Constance Cornish

DEAD OF WINTER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A widow, and an outsider suspected of the murder of her best friend's husband, Abbey Humphrey finds a Vermont winter cold and deadly when she returns from New York City to find a body in her house. Every bit of town gossip comes to light as she fights to protest her innocence: another killing and a fire adds a new dimension to past histories, and Abbey, cleared, finds a new basis of living in her adopted town. Succinct.

Pub Date: May 8th, 1959
Publisher: Simon & Schuster