|A Rush of Blood|
by Henry T. Smith
Easter 1971: Catherine Windrell, niece of the 17th earl, had been kidnapped. Her cousin Richard, with whom she didn't get on, had been unlucky enough to be giving her a lift at the time of the ambush. Their cell was an unheated underground room. The cold, boredom, and calculated acts of intimidation were part of the plan to reduce the prisoners to fearful compliance.
A first edition [above, left] was published in the UK and the Commonwealth in an abridged form by Robert Hale, Ltd. in 1986 at £9.50 (cheap!). The unabridged version was published by Farrago & Farrago in 1998.
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