Friday's "Forgotten" Books - The Abandoned Room - In Reference to Murder

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April 26, 2013

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John

Assiduous book hunters can usually find Wadsworth Camp's Gothic inspired thrillers in used bookshops for under $10. I have a number of them (including the book reviewed here) but have only read THE COMMUNICATING DOOR which has much in common with the early work of Mary Roberts Rinehart.

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