Nothing Can Rescue Me

Nothing Can Rescue Me

Elizabeth Daly


In mid-1943, and as much as his elbows in battle paintings, Henry Gamadge is eager for a quiet weekend. but if a half-forgotten classmate requests counsel, Gamadge is not able to refuse the tug of an old style tie. the matter, says Sylvanus, matters his Aunt Florence -- a giddy socialite, afraid of Nazi bombs. Florence has moved her huge family of hangers-on to the kinfolk mansion in upstate big apple. yet risk turns out to have them, within the type of threatening messages inserted into the manuscript of Florence's painfully undesirable novel in growth. numerous contributors of the family are confident the messages are emanating shape one other international, however the courteously pragmatic Gamadge suspects a wrongdoer relatively towards domestic.

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