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The Little Walls

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The Little Walls

The Little Walls
1st edition
Author Winston Graham
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Genre crime novel
Publisher Hodder & Stoughton
Publication date 1955
Media type Print (Hardcover)
Pages 252 p.
OCLC Number 59014574

The Little Walls is a crime novel by Winston Graham. It won the very first Gold Dagger, then called Crossed Red Herring Award, awarded by the Crime Writers' Association in 1955. The authorized abridgement was published in USA in 1955 as Bridge to Vengeance.

Plot introduction

The novel tells the story of Phillip Turner who refuses to believe that his brother’s death was suicide. He sets out to find out how his brother Grevil, an eminent archaeologist, came to be found dead in an Amsterdam canal. The official investigation is led by Inspector J.J. Tholen.

Publication history

  • 1955, UK, London, Hodder and Stoughton, OCLC: 59014574, Hardback
  • 1955, USA, Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, OCLC: 1684192, Hardback
  • 1955, USA, New York, Mercury Press, OCLC: 190864334, Authorized abridgement as Bridge to Vengeance

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