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An air that kills

Margaret Millar

An air that kills

by Margaret Millar

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  • 21 Currently reading

Published by Lancer Books in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMargaret Millar.
SeriesLancer books -- 74-966, Lancer easy eye editions -- 6
The Physical Object
Pagination287, [1] p. --
Number of Pages287
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18219765M

An Air That Kills provides a compelling update on what should now be a closed chapter in occupational health in the United States. More remarkably, it also asserts the potential impact of the long-feared environmental health disaster arising from negligent use of asbestos. This book explores new territory in nonoccupational asbestos exposure. Get this from a library! An air that kills. [Andrew Taylor] -- At a building site in an English village, workers discover a wooden box with a baby's skeleton wrapped in newspaper yellowed with age. Jill Francis, a London journalist visiting the village helps.

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  In his new book, The Good Nurse, Graeber pieces together the elements of Cullen's story. "We'll never know how many people Charlie Cullen ultimately killed," Graeber tells Fresh Air .   Five acclaimed novels from the Golden Age of Suspense, including the Edgar Award-Winning Novel Beast in ViewIntroduction by Tom Nolan In s America the men are back to work and the women are home raising a new generation. The war is over and the boom is on. Everyone is happy. It is to this myth of the perfect American family that novelist Margaret Millar applied her scalpel.


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