The Glass Flame

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Doubleday,
Pub. Date:
1978.
Edition:
1st ed.
Language:
English
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A man's death in the Smoky Mountains raises the suspicions of his estranged wife in this suspenseful novel by a New York Times-bestselling author. Vietnam veteran David Hallam is in Tennessee working as an arson investigator for an insurance company when he sends his wife, Karen, an unnerving note: "If anything happens to me down here, don't let it pass as an accident . . ." Ten days later, he dies in a fire and the only thing Karen can feel is guilt-for all the years she wasted in an unsalvageable marriage and for the relief she feels at finally having the sadistic and abusive man out of her life. But despite all that transpired between them, Karen leaves New York City for Belle Isle, in the heart of the Smoky Mountains, to bury her husband. Once there, Karen can finally put the past to rest-or so she thinks. Instead, she is drawn into a tangled and deadly web of disputed fortune, family jealousy, conspiracy, adultery, and murder.
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subject_facetAbused wives -- Fiction
Architects -- Tennessee -- Gatlinburg -- Fiction
Electronic books
Gatlinburg (Tenn.) -- Fiction
Murder -- Tennessee -- Gatlinburg -- Fiction
Women photographers -- Fiction
title_displayThe Glass Flame
title_fullGLASS FLAME [electronic resource] WHITNEY, PHYLLIS A.
The Glass Flame / Phyllis A. Whitney
title_shortThe Glass Flame
topic_facetAbused wives
Architects
Electronic books
Murder
Women photographers