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Rose's last summer

Author: Margaret Millar
Publisher: New York City : International Polygonics, 1985, ©1980.
Series: IPL library of crime classics.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Rose French, a great star of the silent screen, who had married and left five husbands, dies suddenly one day at the end of summer. It was assumed by the police that she died of natural causes, but Frank Clyde thinks otherwise. Clyde worked as a psychiatric social worker at the local mental hygiene clinic. He had met Rose about a year ago during one of her slightly drunk and belligerent phases and since then they  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret Millar
ISBN: 0930330269 9780930330262
OCLC Number: 12413754
Description: 245 pages ; 18 cm.
Series Title: IPL library of crime classics.
Responsibility: Margaret Millar.

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Rose French, a great star of the silent screen, who had married and left five husbands, dies suddenly one day at the end of summer. It was assumed by the police that she died of natural causes, but Frank Clyde thinks otherwise. Clyde worked as a psychiatric social worker at the local mental hygiene clinic. He had met Rose about a year ago during one of her slightly drunk and belligerent phases and since then they had talked quite often. Rose had called Clyde to tell him she had found a job and was leaving town, but something about her death didn't fit the facts.

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