A Dram of Poison [2] – Armstrong, Charlotte

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Title: A Dram of Poison

Author: Armstrong, Charlotte

Binding: Hardcover

Publisher: Coward-McCann, Inc., New York

Publication Date: 1956

Edition: First Book Club Edition

Book Condition: NF
D-j Condition: VG

Comments: D-j has a short subtle tear on top, but otherwise in nice condition. Previous owner’s inscription on FFEP. Very minor rub on tail. Edgar Award Winner for Best Novel of 1956. 253pp. Burgundy cloth lettered in red on the spine.

Synopsis: A longtime bachelor finally marries—only to learn the corrosive power of jealousy. For fifty-five years, Kenneth Gibson has lived in backwaters. A former army clerk, he makes a quiet living teaching poetry to indifferent undergrads. His life is happily dull until the day he meets Rosemary, a damaged girl whose frailty compels Kenneth to try to make her well. They wed, and as Rosemary recovers from her depression, Gibson falls in love, transforming his world. But his wife will never love him.

She is smitten with their landlord, a dashing young chemical engineer named Paul. Gibson wants to let her go, but he cannot bear to be parted with the first love he has ever known. In Paul’s house is a case of poison, and this love triangle can only end in death.

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Title: A Dram of Poison

Author: Armstrong, Charlotte

Binding: Hardcover

Publisher: Coward-McCann, Inc., New York

Publication Date: 1956

Edition: First Book Club Edition

Book Condition: NF
D-j Condition: VG

Comments: D-j has a short subtle tear on top, but otherwise in nice condition. Previous owner’s inscription on FFEP. Very minor rub on tail. Edgar Award Winner for Best Novel of 1956. 253pp. Burgundy cloth lettered in red on the spine.

Synopsis: A longtime bachelor finally marries—only to learn the corrosive power of jealousy. For fifty-five years, Kenneth Gibson has lived in backwaters. A former army clerk, he makes a quiet living teaching poetry to indifferent undergrads. His life is happily dull until the day he meets Rosemary, a damaged girl whose frailty compels Kenneth to try to make her well. They wed, and as Rosemary recovers from her depression, Gibson falls in love, transforming his world. But his wife will never love him.

She is smitten with their landlord, a dashing young chemical engineer named Paul. Gibson wants to let her go, but he cannot bear to be parted with the first love he has ever known. In Paul’s house is a case of poison, and this love triangle can only end in death.

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