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Margaret Millar is somewhat of a hidden treasure among American "mystery writers". (She was originally from Canada, but her many years of living in California with her writer-husband Ross McDonald give us Americans a claim on her.) What makes her unusual and special within the genre is the way so many of her novels subtly and eloquently examine the emotional toll taken on people by the small things that haunt their lives, create inner conflict or despair.

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Gripping and cleverly written

This is the first time I've listened to a Margaret Millar book. I really enjoyed the gripping storyline, the beautiful style of writing, the witty analogies and the expressive narration.