A Question of Guilt

A Question of Guilt

Fyfield, Frances

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Place Published: New York
Publisher: Pocket Books
Date Published: 1989
Edition: First edition
Binding: Wrappers
Condition: Fine
Book Id: 5690


A Fine copy of the ADVANCE UNCORRECTED READER'S PROOF for the first American edition, first printing, of Frances Fyfield's debut book (light fading to the spine and panel edges, tiny push to the rear wrapper's lower left corner, small spot to the closed page block's top edge); the debut book of London solicitor (i.e. lawyer) and award-winning crime writer Frances Hegarty who writes under the name of Frances Fyfield. Hegarty worked for Metropolitan Police and later for the Crown Prosecution Service. Having had enough of criminal law (including cases of rape, murder, and the like, she decided to write novels centered on romance, but the macabre came out instead. "A Question of Guilt" was nominated for a Edgar Award for Best Novel and for an Agatha Award for Best First Novel. The work centers around middle-aged Eileen Cartwright who falls in love with her solicitor and arranges for his wife's murder. A Fine copy of the ADVANCE UNCORRECTED READER'S PROOF OF FRANCES FYFIELD'S DEBUT BOOK.

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