PAUL'S APARTMENT by Van Siller

PAUL'S APARTMENT

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The excessive, obsessive love of Jim Colton for Manderin, who had been Paul's friend, lived in Paul's apartment after his death. Marrying Manderin, Jim's writing is fouled up, his friends alienated, and his love for Manderin and her shy softness becomes suspect. With her death, and particularly the way she dies, Jim finally acknowledges the imposture that was Manderin, relates the crimes to Paul's apartment... Net think stuff, but devious and very decorative.

Publisher: Doubleday