ANOTHER WOMAN'S HOUSE by Mignon G. Eberhart
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Myra, in love with Richard, whose wife, Alice, has served two years of a life sentence for murder, is confronted by the creed and code of honoring a woman in her own home when Alice returns, pardoned. The night before the law takes over, the release of new testimony and the reversal of old evidence, bring together those concerned in the old crime. Myra is the focal point in discovering missing facts, watches the shifts of suspicion, and with a ""suicide"" is able to fight in the open for the man she loves and disclose the truth about the killer. Silken, with decorator detail.

Pub Date: Feb. 28th, 1947
Publisher: Random House