ALWAYS LIVED IN THE CASTLE
York : Penguin, 1984.
is a bizarre story of reclusive family of survivors of an episode of arsenic
in the sugar bowl. The family member who was tried for the murder doesn't
seem to fit as the usual image of a murderer. As the story unfolds, we
get the description of the killing from more than one point of view and
this helps us figure out how things really happened.
Mystery and detective stories
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