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A dark-adapted eye / Barbara Vine.
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- ISBN: 0553051431
Winner of the Edgar Award Best Novel for 1987
Ruth Rendell writing as Barbara Vine.
When Faith Severn's aunt was hanged for murder, the reason behind her dark deed died with her. For 30 years, the family hid the truth--until a journalist prompts Faith to peer back to the day when her aunt took knife in hand and entered a child's nursery.
Edgar Award Best Novel, 1987
Citation: Vine, Barbara. "A dark-adapted eye." Toronto ; Bantam Books, 1986.