Safety in Numbers

July 1915
New Republic;7/10/15, Vol. 3 Issue 36, p247
Focuses on a story told by John Florian about how their male house guest, whom Florian suspected to be his wife's lover, died mysteriously. How Florian discovered that his wife had a lover among one of their house guests; Reaction of Florian's wife, Violeta, to news about the death.


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