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By Ruth Rendell

It was once larger than a inn, this nameless room on a secluded facet highway of a small nation city. No check in to signal, no questions requested, and for 5 dollars a guy may have 3 hours of undisturbed, illicit lovemaking.Then one night a guy with a knife became the affection nest right into a demise chamber. The carpet was once soaked with blood -- yet the place was once the corpse?Meanwhile, a stunning, promiscuous lady is lacking -- in addition to the package deal of money she'd had in her pocket. the reality in the back of all of it will retain even veteran secret fanatics guessing during the final web page.

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That narrows the field a lot. ' 'Plenty employ gardeners, Mike. The stationers should be our starting point and we'll only need to tackle the high-class ones. That leaves out Kingsmarkham. ' ‘I am. I want Martin, Drayton, Bryant and Gates up here because this is one anonymous letter I can't afford to treat as a practical joke. ' He sat beside Burden behind the desk when they were all assembled. 'Now, I'm not taking you off your regular work,' he began. 'Not yet. Get hold of the electoral register and make a list of all the Geoffrey Smiths in the district.

Haggled, you know, drove a hard bargain. I admire that. ' It was grotesque.

Laughing, Burden read aloud the paragraph beneath the Chief Inspector's thick forefinger. '"Some of Margolis's most brilliant work is the fruit of a two-year sojourn in Ibiza, but for the past year he and his sister Anita have made their home in Sussex. " 'Very obstetric,' said Wexford. 'Well, this won't do, Mike. ' But Burden had settled down with the magazine on his knees, interesting stuff, this,' he said. " I've never seen her and once seen never forgotten, I should think. Listen. "Twenty-three years, old, dark and exquisite with arresting green eyes, she is the Ann of Margolis's portrait for which he was offered two thousand pounds by a South American collector.

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