EYES AT THE WINDOW by George Selmar

EYES AT THE WINDOW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Very old Miss Virgil, a recluse, in a small English village of old houses and old people, lives alone with her faithful servant, the past-- her long deceased sister Melanie, and her garden-- foxglove and monkshood. Now a nephew and his daughter from Africa threaten not only her seclusion but her secret and a cat dies, and then the vicar's wife, and then.... all proving that one should be tea-totally abstemious.... Billed as ""suspense,"" this is actually quite quiet, pleasant, lenitive.

Publisher: Doubleday