Brown, Mandy - Beware of the Stranger. Robert Hale, 1969, 1st. Jill Ames had problems. One was centred around her brother, and his demoralising way of life. Another concerned the fiasco of her romance with her employer. The third was in connection with Deidre Olman, the girl who shared her flat, and the latter's sinister and mysterious boy friend, David Graham. When Deidre suddenly disappeared, after announcing her marriage to David, all the evidence pointed to him as the person responsible. Yet in spite of this, Jill, too, found herslef falling under his spell, and felt the urge to defend and sheild him against his accusers. The truth only came to light when Jill and her brother fell into the clutches of a ruthless gang of criminals. When the shadows were lifted, Jill gained her delayed happiness with the man she loved. (flap). 7½" x 5", 192pp, dark-blur cloth, gold blocking, hardback. Ex-library (the wrapper is within a library plastic cover which is taped to the pastedowns and over onto the boards [best left as-is], lending-list and index-card on front-free endpaper, reference stamp on verso of title-page); some top-corner place-marking folds; otherwise very good complete with, probably fine, wrapper but, as above, this is within a plastic cover that, if removed, would cause some damage and so is best left as-is.
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