A Talent for Murder
Perennial Library, 1981 - 238 pàgines
The story Doris Meredith told the jury was altogether different from the one she dreamed about every night. She finally consulted a psychiatrist, Dr. Hillis Owen, who believed Doris really did not in fact know if she had committed a murder. It was to have been a psychoanalytical case, but it turned out to be a police case, with sudden and violent death threatened from the shadows of a twisted mind.
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