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Straight from its success as a B.B.C. serial, comes The Night-Watchman's Friend. As a novel it has all the qualities that make Mary Fitt's work outstanding: ingenious plot construction, atmosphere and a sensitivity of approach that engages our feelings as well as our interest. The man calling himself Henry Rowles had lived in the lonely hut by the sea wall for twenty years when he decided to make a will leaving everything to old George Pollicott, the night-watchman who had so curiously befriended and cared for him.
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