DINE AND BE DEAD by Gwendoline Butler

DINE AND BE DEAD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Oxford and the circles within circles there make up the background for the strange activities of ""the watcher"" whose prey is Dr. Marion Manning, whose husband had died on a scientific expedition; and young Ezra, deep in Anglo-Saxon literature, and Rachel become involved in her haunting. Her companion, Joyo, has her ways of complicating the situation; the watcher is killed; poisonous henbane is loosed and the complexities of a dual personality are revealed. Brainy.

Pub Date: Oct. 17th, 1960
Publisher: Macmillan