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By Sally Spencer
A killer who can't be categorised - a killer who can't be profiled . . .
When a tender woman, Jill Harris, is murdered, the case quickly turns into own for Monika Paniatowski. She observed the sufferer having a look distressed basically hours sooner than she used to be killed, and Jill was once a similar age as her personal daughter, Louisa. pushed by means of guilt and pity, Monika throws herself into the research, yet either the manager constable, who's away, and Colin Beresford – her right-hand guy – imagine she is just too emotionally concerned to deal with it. What none of them be aware of is that the killer is making plans to strike back . . .
"A gripping mystery that may please a vast variety of readers"
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