THE THREE ROADS by Kenneth Millar


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The case of Bret Taylor, in traumatic neurosis, represents the mental patterns that drove him into sia and it is through Paula West's untiring drive that he is returned to sanity. All disclosures point to his sense of moral guilt, from his relations with his father, his memories of his mother's death, and his determination to find the killer of his wife. His faith in Paula is rocked when he learns she has previous knowledge of the man he believes the murderer, and when the police kill his victim, Bret becomes conscious of the horror of his past. A psycho-thriller that is well plotted, well explained.

Pub Date: June 7th, 1948
Publisher: Knopf