The Lying VoicesLarge Print - 1999
The lying voices were the clocks that filled the room where Arnold was killed; the clocks that ticked in a hundred different rhythms, loudly and softly, on high and low notes. Every single clock in that room -- big or little, shabby or splendid, grotesque or beautiful -- was wrong, so the fact that a bullet stopped one of them gave no clue to the murder. Justin Emery had come to Archersfield that very day to visit an old friend, and now was faced with some puzzling and disturbing questions, including: Was it his friend who was seen near the room around the time of the murder?
Publisher: Thorndike, ME : Thorndike Press, 1999, c1954
Edition: Large print ed
Branch Call Number: FIC/FER
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