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Death on the Cliff
February 1, 1997
Written in English
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[Mary Kruger] -- In Newport, Rhode Island, when a high society woman is murdered dressed in a maid's uniform, police immediately suspect servants or workers and arrest a laborer. But Detective Devlin finds this too.
Three maids have already been killed on Newport, R.I.'s picturesque Cliff Walk during the summer of when Rosalind Sinclair's body is found in the same spot. But Rosalind isn't like the other victims. Though she's dressed as a maid, she's the daughter of one of the leading summer families, flirtatious, sharp- tonguedand pregnant.
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