Case of William Smith by Patricia Wentworth
(Miss Silver Mysteries)

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An amnesiac Holocaust survivor steps into a mystery that only Miss Silver can solve

William Smith is not sure what his name is, but he doubts it’s William Smith, the name the Nazis gave him when he wandered out of one of their hospitals in 1942, to be herded, along with so many others, into one of their nightmarish camps. They did their best to kill this man without a name, but he survived because a man with no identity has nothing to fear. Now, the war over, he is back in England, ready to make a new life. But even a man with no past cannot escape history. William Smith is about to find himself enmeshed in a terrifying mystery, which only Maud Silver, the staunch, old-fashioned detective, can solve. He may yet learn his name, but it could cost him his life.

About Patricia Wentworth

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Patricia Wentworth is the pseudonym for Dora Amy Elles, who was born in India on November 10, 1878. Under the Wentworth name, Elles wrote historical romances and mysteries. Many of the mysteries featured Miss Maude Silver, and these books are considered by some to rival the works of Agatha Christie. She died on January 28, 1961.
Published July 26, 2011 by Open Road Media. 340 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, History, Romance, Religion & Spirituality, Law & Philosophy, Crime. Fiction

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