The House without the Door (Henry Gamadge Mysteries, Book 4)

The House without the Door (Henry Gamadge Mysteries, Book 4)

Elizabeth Daly


Acquitted of murdering her husband, Mrs. Vina Gregson is still primarily a prisoner, trapped in her based long island residence with occasional furtive forays to her Connecticut property. A jury could have came across her blameless, yet Mrs. Gregson is still a murderess within the eyes of the general public and of the tabloid reporters who hound her each step. She has lately all started receiving more and more menacing letters written, she is sure, via the individual that killed her husband. Taking the problem to the police may heighten her notoriety, so she calls on Henry Gamadge, the gentleman-sleuth who's recognized for either his discretion and his skill to resolve difficulties that baffle the police.

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