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Margaret Millar's husband, Kenneth, who wrote under the name of Ross Macdonald, received more attention for his Lew Archer books, but her equally noteworthy mysteries are among the best of the genre. This story of love and greed among the rich and eccentric citizens of a California city - very much like the Millars' beloved Santa Barbara - is full of the things that make her work memorable - a wickedly twisted plot, sly observations on all social levels, and a writing style that welcomes you to the party like an old friend with a sharp tongue.

©1976 Margaret Millar (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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Millar was a born storyteller

The story is full of imagery, funny in parts and so thought provoking. An unusual story, surrounding an extremely disabled man, yet there’s so much emotion. Well worth a listen.