Miss Small and Miss Brady did everything to make sure their boarders feel safe and secure: Hope House was one of the few places in New York City where a young working woman could enjoy a homey atmosphere at very little cost. When Ruth Miller moved in, however, the atmosphere seemed to change, and when her mangled body was found in the courtyard, the miasma engulfing Hope House became stifling. Suddenly no one was quite what she seemed, and no one -- from the chattering desk clerk to the young woman whose thoughts about the possibilities of a Saturday-night date were overshadowed by the terrifying proximity of death by violence -- was above suspicion.
This paperback is in very good condition with a reader's crease and light cover wear.
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