Shred of Evidence

Shred of Evidence

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by Jill McGown
     
 

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"McGown's style is uniquely hers, engrossing, poignant, with effectual characterization."
—Mystery News

When the body of fifteen-year-old Natalie Ouspensky is found strangled near a public park in Stansfield, England, Detective Inspector Judy Hill and Detective Chief Inspector Lloyd have their work cut out for them. For Natalie wasn't quite the

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"McGown's style is uniquely hers, engrossing, poignant, with effectual characterization."
—Mystery News

When the body of fifteen-year-old Natalie Ouspensky is found strangled near a public park in Stansfield, England, Detective Inspector Judy Hill and Detective Chief Inspector Lloyd have their work cut out for them. For Natalie wasn't quite the innocent her mother believes, and her classmates at Oakland School guard Natalie's secrets—and their own—like life itself. Then a shred of evidence points Hill and Lloyd in the right—and decidedly deadly—direction. . . .

"[A ] compelling story . . . The characters are devious, cunning, charming—and truly, truly wicked. This small English town, overrun with malice, is well served by its finely delineated constabulary, with Lloyd and Hill at the top of their form."
—Publishers Weekly

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780307559647
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
12/24/2008
Sold by:
Random House
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
304
Sales rank:
691,614
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

A native of Argyll, Scotland, Jill McGown has lived in Corby, England, since she was ten. She wrote her first novel, A Perfect Match, in 1983. Among her subsequent mysteries are Murder at the Old Vicarage, The Other Woman, and her newest: Verdict Unsafe.

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