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Rosamund was pleased to discover her temperature was nearly 102 degrees. Surely that would account for her blinding headache and even explain the weird, delirious dream in which she murdered her seductive neighbor, Lindy. Then her husband asked her if she knew what had happened to Lindy; she had disappeared!
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Celia Fremlin (1914–2009) read classics and philosophy at Oxford's Somerville College. Her WWII experiences with the Mass Observation Project influenced her first book, War Factory, which reflected the attitudes of plant workers at a Wiltshire-based radar equipment factory. Fremlin wrote 16 novels in the course of four decades, in addition to a book of poetry and three volumes of collected stories. Her novel The Hours Before Dawn won the Edgar Award in 1960.
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Book Description Academy Chicago Publishers, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P11089733132X
Book Description Academy Chicago Publishers, 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M089733132X