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The Tower
P.M. Hubbard
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The Tower

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From the church of St Udan's rises The Tower, threatening collapse unless a large sum can be raised to repair it. In its shadow, the brooding, macabre figure of Old Liberty, fire-and-brimstone vicar, rages against robust and clever George Hardcastle, humanist and self-styled 'antichrist', while between them wavers diminutive enchanting Mary Garstin, wearing her wealth and ...more
Published 1967 by The Detective Book Club
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Philip Maitland Hubbard was a British writer. He was known principally for his crime and suspense stories although he wrote in other forms and genres as well, for example contributing short stories and poetry to The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction and articles, verse and parliamentary reports for Punch.
Hubbard was born in Reading in Berkshire[1], but was brought up in Guernsey in the Chann
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