Broken Circle: A Forensic Psychologist Jill Kennedy and DCI Max Trentham Mystery [NOOK Book]

Overview

Forensic psychologist Jill Kennedy and DCI Max Trentham investigate a crime in the quiet Lancashire village where Kennedy has made her home. A man with a dark past has been murdered after moving there from London.

While local residents are always wary of newcomers, one in particular seems especially ...
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Broken Circle: A Forensic Psychologist Jill Kennedy and DCI Max Trentham Mystery

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Overview

Forensic psychologist Jill Kennedy and DCI Max Trentham investigate a crime in the quiet Lancashire village where Kennedy has made her home. A man with a dark past has been murdered after moving there from London.

While local residents are always wary of newcomers, one in particular seems especially determined to hinder the investigation.


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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
Wells's solid fourth police procedural set in Lancashire (after 2009's Where Petals Fall) opens on a strong emotional note. Jill Kennedy, Harrington CID forensic psychologist and self-help author, interviews Claire Lawrence, a troubled prison inmate who's been convicted of killing her 11-year-old daughter, but has yet to tell authorities where she buried the body. While Kennedy tries to find out, her boyfriend, Det. Chief Insp. Max Trentham, investigates the murder (by head trauma) of Bradley Johnson, a well-to-do Kelton Bridge businessman. Since Johnson, an American who fancied himself a sort of “lord of the manor,” had made more enemies than friends, Trentham has his hands full in narrowing down the suspect list. Two other murder cases also occupy Trentham. While Claire's story grips, the less than spellbinding subplots plod along. Still, Kennedy and Trentham make an engaging sleuthing team. (May)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781569479001
  • Publisher: Soho Press, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/1/2010
  • Series: Jill Kennedy and DCI Max Trentham Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 320
  • Sales rank: 503,799
  • File size: 633 KB

Meet the Author

Shirley Wells lives in Lancashire, United Kingdom. She has published thirteen novels, including two previous novels in the Jill Kennedy and Max Trentham series.
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