Mary Fielding was four years dead, but her restless spirit still permeated the halls of the shaded mansion. Her death was as brutal and sudden as her life had been reckless and romantic. Even now, she drew together all those whose lives were touched by her tragic mysitque - drew them into a gloomy room one windswept weekend, to recall from a shadow of another world a voice that would tell them "who killed Mary Fielding", and why the present was imperiled by the past.
Used availability for Margaret Erskine's The Case of Mary Fielding
February 1971 : UK Hardback