The Silent Women by Margaret Page Hood (Dell 880 – 1956)

The Silent Women by Margaret Page Hood

The Silent Women by Margaret Page Hood

Her own father said:
“She Had The Devil In Her!”

She was a beautiful woman no one could handle (he said) – a taunting siren who could steal another woman’s man with a flick of her lashes, and a devil who enjoyed doing it

She was a temptress (he said) who drove men to violence and women to jealous frenzy. And he feared for her, warning that the passions she aroused in others might end in her won violent death.

Then she vanished (he said) – on an island too small to hide a living body, but big enough to camouflage a corpse.

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Title: The Silent Women
Author: Margaret Page Hood
Imprint & Number: Dell 880
Cover price: 25¢
Publication date: 1956
Cover artist: William George
ISBN: none

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