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Onda avsikter by James Hadley Chase
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Onda avsikter (original 1959; edition 1969)

by James Hadley Chase, Gabriel Setterborg (Translator)

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Title:Onda avsikter
Authors:James Hadley Chase
Other authors:Gabriel Setterborg (Translator)
Info:Stockholm : B. Wahlström, 1969;
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A TV salesman, Peter Regan, falls in love with Gilda Delaney, the wife of a wheelchair bound bully. She had never stopped blaming herself for the accident that crippled her husband. At least, that was the story she told him - a story he had no reason to doubt, infatuated as he was with everything about her. Peter therefore decides to murder the bully with an ingenious plan using a TV set as the murder weapon. It was only afterwards that he began to wonder....
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Terry Regan, who'd dropped into the Delaneys' cabin up at Blue Jay Lake to sell them a TV set, took in the situation at a glance. Gilda was young and attractive. Jack was a vicious, hard-drinking cripple, imprisoned in a wheelchair.

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