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- ISBN: 9781944520656
- ISBN: 1944520651
- Physical Description: 304 pages ; 22 cm.
- Edition: First Stark House Press edition.
- Publisher: Eureka, California : Stark House Press, 
"Go, Lovely Rose, originally published and copyright ©1954 by Charles Scribner's Sons"--Title page verso.
"The Evil Wish, originally published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, and copyright ©1962 by Jean Potts"--Title page verso.
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Jean Potts / J. F. Norris -- Go, lovely Rose / Jean Potts -- Evil wish / Jean Potts.
Go, Lovely Rose : They find Mrs. Henshaw at the bottom of the cellar stairs with her neck broken. Everyone assumes she has fallen. But when Rose's sister appears on the scene, she immediately begins to cry murder. And she's right! Young Hartley is the obvious suspect. Mrs. Henshaw has been his and his sister Rachel's housekeeper for many years, and there was no love lost between any of them. In fact, no one in town really liked Rose Henshaw. Her ex-husband, Francie, certainly knew how evil she could be--she ruined his life. The rest of them were simply afraid of her...They all hated Rose Henshaw for one reason or another--but who hated her enough to push her down the stairs?
The Evil Wish: Ever since Marcia and Lucy were little girls, they would hide in the basement of their brownstone and listen in on their father's conversations. But now they are in their 30s, still living with their domineering father, and one day they eavesdrop on a very portentous revelation. Their widowed father intends to marry his secretary and give her all his money, and let her kick his daughters out of their house. In their anger and outrage, Marcia and Lucy hatch a plot to murder him. When their father and his secretary are involved in a fatal car crash, their plans prove unnecessary. But what are they to do with their murder scheme and the residual guilt--particularly when the aborted plot develops a life of its own?
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|Genre:||Detective and mystery fiction.
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