THE WOMAN AT BELGUARDO by Margaret Erskine

THE WOMAN AT BELGUARDO

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A femme fatale, passionate but unloving Lisa, becomes the fatality of perhaps one of the men in her life, divorced, discarded or intended, and Septimus Finch is brought down from London to work over the case. However, her house of Belguardo has its unhappy history and testimony to extend the possibilities... In this genre, a comfortable, ample storytelling proficiency.

Pub Date: Nov. 17th, 1961
Publisher: Doubleday