THE QUIET SOUND OF FEAR by Lois Paxton

THE QUIET SOUND OF FEAR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A minification, less than 150 pages of nothing at all, in which Kay Brandon is left at her father's death in his Victorian house where she hears footfalls, finds ten thousand dollars, witnesses a robbery, and wakes up from a bad migraine in the hands of a young couple who are taking care of her -- or are they? Kay is an interior decorator and if you want to think of this in terms of her trade, it's no more than a swatch of whole cloth.

Pub Date: July 30th, 1971
Publisher: Hawthorn