A Gentleman Called by Dorothy Salisbury Davis

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'“Superbly developed, gruesomely upsetting.” —Chicago Tribune“At once gentle and suspenseful, warmly humorous and tensely perplexing.” —The New York Times“Dashiell Hammett, Raymond Chandler and Josephine Tey . . . Dorothy Salisbury Davis belongs in the same company. She writes with great insight into the psychological motivations of all her characters.” —The Denver Post“Davis is one of the truly distinguished writers in the medium; what may be more important, she is one of the few who can build suspense to a sonic peak.” —Dorothy B. Hughes, Los Angeles Times'
'“Superbly developed, gruesomely upsetting.” —Chicago Tribune“At once gentle and suspenseful, warmly humorous and tensely perplexing.” —The New York Times“Dashiell Hammett, Raymond Chandler and Josephine Tey . . . Dorothy Salisbury Davis belongs in the same company. She writes with great insight into the psychological motivations of all her characters.” —The Denver Post“Davis is one of the truly distinguished writers in the medium; what may be more important, she is one of the few who can build suspense to a sonic peak.” —Dorothy B. Hughes, Los Angeles Times'
Publisher: Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller ISBN: 9781480460331 Pages: 270