A daily note on some event in the history of mystery fiction.
Sunday, November 1, 2015
11/1/1992 Quaker Silence speaks up
November 1, 1992. Irene Allen's first novel, Quaker Silence, was published on this date. Quaker clerk Elizabeth Elliot thinks the police have arrested the wrong man in the case of a murdered millionaire. To find the truth she will have to do a little housebreaking, but she's up to the task.
Kirkus Reviews said: "Introspective traditionalists will find much to mull over."