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Joan Smith was born in London on 27th August 1953. She is a columnist, novelist and critic. She is the author of Moralities, the highly praised Misogynies and five detective novels, two of which have been filmed by the BBC. She has written columns for The Independent on Sunday and The Guardian and her reviews appear in the Financial Times, The Sunday Times and The Independent. She is a regular contributor to BBC radio. She lives in London.
The third thrilling mystery starring English academic and sleuth Loretta Lawson. An unwanted guest interrupts Lawson's biography of Edith Wharton--and turns her house of Christmas mirth into a house of murder. "Loretta, full of likes and dislikes, convictions and doubts, is literate, credible, likable and excellent company."--Publishers Weekly.