The Sound of Insects
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The Sound of Insects

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Miss Davis, whose The Voice on the Telephone (1964) was chilling enough, has produced another spidery tale about a homegrown blackmailer whose murder is particularly disrupting to the influential citizens of typical suburbia. The reader is allowed to be present at the scene of the crime and the choice of suspect is limited to four (or five?) females... which is the deadlie...more
188 pages
Published 1966 by Doubleday
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Un policier sans prétentions mais agréable à lire.
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Mildred B. Davis, an american teacher, published her first novel, The Room Upstairs, in 1948. It was awarded an Edgar for best first novel of the year by the Mystery Writers of America. A rich novel with subtle strains of gothic horror and hard-boiled private eye, this book lifted her into the limelight as an author of promise.
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Three minutes to midnight They Buried a Man Tell them What's-Her-Name Called The Room Upstairs The Voice on the Telephone

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