A ROOM WITH DARK MIRRORS by Velda Johnston

A ROOM WITH DARK MIRRORS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Not the most reasonable plot, but Velda Johnston has updated her dialogue so that this travels fast on the heels of Dottie, a stewardess who is attacked after landing in Paris. Her ex-husband Eric, who proves to be still very much around, saves her, watches over her after a second incident, and prefigures who and what are really entailed. Like one of those 747 dinners with ruffled mashed potatoes.

Pub Date: Aug. 1st, 1975
Publisher: Dodd, Mead