LADY IN THE TOWER by Katharine Newlin Burt

LADY IN THE TOWER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Melodramatic to martyred touches for the tragi-romance of the house, Castania, where young Philip Grise was found murdered, and suspicion was centered on the governess, Enid Ambrose, his latest flirtation. Spending a lifetime in hiding, Enid never knows security, and her daughter, Jenny, returns to Castania determined to clear her mother. There many engage her affections -- and her doubts:- Felicity Grise, Philip's wife, saintly and invalided; Adam, her son, who suspects his mother; Roger Dean, a doctor, faithful to Felicity; Old Mrs. Grise, reviving hatreds and suspicions. Finally, it is Jenny who clears the mystery of the past and prepares peace for the future of Felicity and Roger, Adam and herself. A renter which if more generous is considerably more agitated than the average.

Pub Date: Feb. 11th, 1945
Publisher: Macrae-Smith