SOMETHING on her mind, something that burned in her brain every waking minute, had driven Andrea Stone to consult Dr. Fromhold, the eminent psychiatrist. And in the cloistered quiet of his consulting room, where the secrets of many distracted minds had been laid bare, Andrea Stone tells her extraordinary story. She is married to a murderer, a man whom she still loves deeply, and she is frightened, for murder is a frightening thing. Elizabeth Ferrars immediately captures the interest and sympathy of the reader and unfolds an absorbing story, told from an unusual angle.
Classic Crime Fiction
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