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Nothing Can Rescue Me (1943)
Agatha Christie in 1940s New York. *Sixth in the Henry Gamadge series. *The perfect choice for fans of Agatha Christie - after all, Elizabeth Daly was Ms. Christie's favorite writer. *Highly literate prose style, with no sex or on-stage violence. *Classic whodunit structure, with multiple suspects, locked rooms, and improbable clues. *There is a distinct market for old-fashioned puzzle mysteries, few of which are being published today *Here's a treat: Another charmingly urbane Henry Gamadge novel, fully up to Miss Daly's usual high standardst - Books *Deliciously gossipy, back-biting characters all gathered in an imposing mansion in upstate New York ... a pleasure - The New Yorker
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)813 — Literature English (North America) American fiction
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