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Discusses Jay's life and the publication history of the novel.

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    y separately published work icon A Hank of Hair Charlotte Jay , London : Heinemann , 1964 Z870735 1964 single work novel crime detective horror 'Gilbert Hand hasn't been seen since his wife died. He's moved to a dull but respectable hotel where silence seems to brood in the hall and stairway. In a secret drawer he discovers a long, thick hank of human hair, and his world narrows down to two people - himself and the murderer.' (Publisher's blurb: Wakefield Crime Classics ed.) Kent Town : Wakefield Press , 1992 pg. 114-120
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