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Fear Is the Same

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Many men held her body - did any man hold her heart?

The answer to this might be a clue to the solution of a brutal murder - a beautiful young woman strangled in her own bed in the dead of night. The plush bedroom showed signs of a lovers' meeting - the curtains tightly drawn, a wine bottle on the table, the lady in her most provocative dressing gown.
Hardcover, 284 pages
Published 1956 by Heinemann
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A solid little historical crime novel with a dash of time travel thrown in for good measure. Does not really match the pulpy/sexy promise of the cover, but once you have resigned yourself to that fact the boxing, Regency manners, and murder really drawn you in.
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