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The Glass Mask

(Todd & Georgine #2)

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In Skeleton Key, readers were introduced to Georgine Wyeth, a widowed young mother in California who stumbled across a body and walked she emphatically did not fall into the arms of Todd McKinnon, a pulp novelist living in the community where the murder took place. It's now a few years later, and the couple are taking a car trip with Georgine s daughter, Barbie. On their w ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published 1947 by Dell Publishing Company (first published 1944)
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The Glass Mask (1944) by Lenore Glen Offord is the second in a series that features Georgine Wyeth (our point-of-view heroine) and Todd McKinnon (pulp mystery writer and our detecting hero)--who wind up marrying at the end of this one. Georgine is the single mother of Barby who absolutely worships her soon-to-be step-dad. Georgine leads the trio into their first mystery (Skeleton Key), but it is Todd's curiosity that keeps them at Tillsit House, the scene of the action in this adventure.

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Lenore Glen Offord (1905-1991) was a reviewer and author who wrote mysteries set in and around San Francisco, CA. Offord was the mystery book critic for the San Francisco Chronicle for over 30 years, as well as an avid Sherlock Holmes enthusiast.

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