GoldilocksBook - 1977
Ed McBain tells a powerful story of psychological warfare and human passion, of what happens to a marriage--and a family--when the fault lines crack open and erupt. At the novel's core is a chilling, ingenious narrative of murder and detection, but in its layers of detail and character, its brilliant exploration of moral ambiguity, of what it means to be "the other woman, " as well as "the other man, " it becomes much more: a major novel of contemporary life by a master of his craft.
Publisher: [New Yor4k} : Arbor House, cc1977
Branch Call Number: M MCBA
Characteristics: 183 p. ; 21 cm.