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Summary

Jock was supposed to have died in the Paddington train crash. Minty had received a letter from the railway company. But, curiously, the police hadn't been in touch. And Jock had gone off with all her savings.

Then Jock's ghost starts reappearing to Minty: at home, at work, even in the cinema. He even touches her. Minty started to carry a knife. If he wasn't made of shadows, would he bleed?

©2004 Kingsmarkham Enterprises Ltc (P)2004 Random House Audiobooks

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Abridgded version, sadly

It is the abrigded version where the Ruth Rendell is missing. All the psychology is gone :-(

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entertaining

an clever crime story, that for a change is not focused on sinister darkness and violence. it kept me engaged from the first word to the last.