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Dead Woman Walkingav Jessica Mann129Skickas inom 10-15 vardagar.
Fri frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.Gillian Butler moved away from Edinburgh 50 years ago, or so her friends thought. When her murdered body is found, they must try to remember who last saw her alive. Perhaps it was Isabel, now a novelist and people-tracer, or the twice widowed Hannah, or the psychiatrist, Dr Fidelis Berlin, an expert on child abuse, abandonment, abduction and adoption, who had herself been an unidentified infant rescued from Nazi Germany and now hopes to discover her real name at last. Fidelis Berlin and other characters from Mann's earlier books reappear in this tense, gripping tale of vengeance, family ties and the mystery of identity. Jessica Mann is the author of 21 crime novels and 4 non-fiction books. As a journalist she has written for national newspapers, weeklies and glossy magazines. She is the crime fiction critic of The Literary Review. Jessica and her husband, the archaeologist Professor Charles Thomas, live in Cornwall.
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"As ever with this author, the intelligent (and complex) texture of the novel matches its sheer storytelling nous." - Barry Forshaw, crimetime.co.uk "Engaging, enthralling and hugely entertaining." - Western Morning News "There is a very striking climax, but this is also a novel of ideas, about feminism, family and literature - As you would expect with Jessica Mann, it's a very well-written as well as a poignant book, and I'm delighted to have read it." - Martin Edwards, Do You Write Under Your Own Name?
Jessica Mann is the author of 21 crime novels and 4 non-fiction books. As a journalist she has written for national newspapers, weeklies and glossy magazines. She is the crime fiction critic of The Literary Review. Jessica and her husband, the archaeologist Professor Charles Thomas, live in Cornwall.