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A Respectable Woman - David Fletcher
1975 English hardcover book club edition, BCA, London
A VG+ book in VG+ dustwrapper, unclipped
The book has no names or inscriptions or stamps or bookplates etc
Tightly bound and square, clean pages and cloth,
The dustwrapper has only light rubs to edges
Detective Inspector John Cresswell returns to the market town where he was born to investigate murder

A solid copy of the authors second book
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Synopsis
All his life, it seemed, he had been stealing through the dark to be with her. The third stair from the top in the old house had creaked. Every detail of these journeys remained with him because they led to her. And there had been a loose floorboard near her bed. He had become adroit at avoiding such tell-tale noises. He could move as silently as a cat through the darkness. He could do anything to be with her. If he could not die with his arms around her he would wish to die on one of these nocturnal journeys. This one, which he had been making for more than a year now, ever since he had found her again, was the best. It reminded him of that old joke— he had first heard it at school—about the prince who went to court a princess. The prince left his castle and went through a wood, over a wall, up a hill, climbed a hedge, crossed a field and then a river, through a paddock and into the courtyard of the castle where the beautiful princess lived

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