Being overweight had given Sue Stephens an inferiority complex, but there was nothing the matter with her brain. When she came across a car crash one wicked January night, there were reasons why she couldn’t accept that it was a genuine accident. The victim of the crash was young, handsome, and unconscious. Sue picked him off the pavement and took him to hospital. Later he said he could remember nothing since he had left work three days earlier. Sue thought he was lying. She feared he was involved in something illegal, but if so, was the handsome Charles victim or villain?
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Published October 31, 1974
by Robert Hale Ltd.
Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction.