INDEPENDENT MEANS by Frank Singleton

INDEPENDENT MEANS

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Mary Jessop inherits Cobbett House, is threatened in her peace and security by her benefactress' grandson's, Ricardo Dale's arrogance, insolence, and evil intent. She believes, when he is found dead in his car, that she has willed his death, voices her fears to the Vicar and is assured that there are others glad to see him go. Through the stories of these, she learns of her innocence, decides that there was justice in his going. Bland British processing.

Pub Date: April 13th, 1948
Publisher: Macmillan