Scandal at School (1935) by G.D.H. and Margaret Cole

Book cover of Scandal at School (1935) by G.D.H. and Margaret Cole

7 Stars (7/10 stars)

“Good God, you don’t go and kill people because you don’t like them—nobody does. It would be stark insanity for [someone] to kill a girl because she got on his nerves a bit.”

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