Old Man Hess is concerned by the near-catatonic behavior of his daughter, Grady. The young woman showed up at his doorstep a few days earlier, refusing to admit anything was wrong, and has been wandering around the farm, not talking, barely eating. The "Nameless Detective" thinks the old farmer would be better off calling a psychiatrist--but he's at least willing to ask a few questions.
This book is in good condition with a dust jacket in good condition. First edition hardcover published in January of 1992.