A Kind of Murder
New York, the sixties of the last century. The Stackhouse — outwardly the perfect couple: young, beautiful, successful. He is a successful architect, it is a prosperous realtor and a great mistress of the great house. In fact, Walter is a long time thinking about divorce, because Clara had tortured him with their complaints, tantrums, jealousy and threats to kill herself if he leave her. Once the attention of Walter draws a newspaper article: the woman, the wife of a bookstore owner, brutally murdered near the bus, the offender is not found. It seems that the killer could be the victim's husband, although that would seem a good alibi. Stackhouse decides to meet him, never imagining the trap into which please everyone.
- Country: US
- Language: English
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