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|Bagley Public Library||WAR (Text)||33500012186797||Main||Available||-|
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- ISBN: 9781466878082
- ISBN: 1250069173
- ISBN: 9781250069177
314 pages ; 22 cm
- Edition: First U.S. edition.
- Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Minotaur Books, 2015.
- Copyright: ©2015
|General Note:||"First published in Great Britain by Faber & Faber Ltd"--Title page verso.
"A Thomas Dunne book."
|Summary, etc.:||"A story of loss, family secrets, and how the darkest truths are often hidden nearest to you"--|
- Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2015 September #1
A 36-year-old cold case in a small town in Derbyshire is cracked wide open by the deaths of two women. First, Yvonne Jenkins commits suicide on the anniversary of the day in 1978 when her daughter, Sophie, and Rachel Jones, both eight years old, were abducted on their way to school. Later that day, Rachel made her way out of the nearby woods, with little memory of what had happened, but no trace of Sophie was ever found. Days after the suicide, the body of Penny Lander, who had been a teacher at the girls' school, is found strangled in the same woods. Rachel, now a genealogist in the same town, simply wants to live quietly, but she works with DI Frances Sadler and his team members DS Damian Palmer and DC Connie Childs to eventually uncover long-hidden secrets behind both old and current crimes. Ward, a reviewer of international crime fiction on her blog, Crimepieces, skillfully weaves a compelling plot in this police procedural with a genealogical bent. An accomplished debut by a writer to watch. Copyright 2014 Booklist Reviews.
SARAH WARD is an online book reviewer whose blog, Crimepieces, reviews the best of current crime fiction published around the world. She has also reviewed for the Eurocrime and Crimesquad websites and is a judge for the Petrona Award for Scandinavian translated crime novels. Sarah lives in rural Derbyshire in England where her debut novel, In Bitter Chill, is set.
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