June knocked on the door and waited, swaying a little, partly because the martini had been double, and partly because a radio down the hall was playing a waltz and waltzes always made her sway. Back and forth her scrawny little body moved under the cheap plaid coat.
-- Beast in View by Margaret Millar. This won the Edgar Award for best mystery in 1956, the third year the award was given.
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