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Theodosia Browning investigates a Charleston steeped in tradition and treachery

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How far would you go to get justice for the one you love?

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The trick is to marry for love—a task easier said than done!

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They are part of an elite unit. On task. Off grid.

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True love deserves a second chance . . . .

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Shocking evidence hits close to home...


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Also by Sophie Hannah:

Keep Her Safe, September 2017
Closed Casket, June 2017
A Game for All the Family, April 2017
Closed Casket, September 2016
A Game for All the Family, June 2016
Woman With A Secret, April 2016
Paperback (reprint)
Woman with a Secret, August 2015
The Warning, July 2015
The Orphan Choir, February 2015
The Carrier, January 2015
The Monogram Murders, September 2014
Little Face, October 2008
Paperback (reprint)

Woman with a Secret
Sophie Hannah

Zailer & Waterhouse mystery
August 2015
On Sale: August 4, 2015
Featuring: Nicki Clements
384 pages
ISBN: 0062388266
EAN: 9780062388261
Kindle: B00PFXLEMK
Hardcover / e-Book
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Paperback (reprint - April 2016)

Thriller Crime | Suspense Psychological

Traffic on Elmhirst Road has come to a halt. The police are stopping cars, searching for something. Nicki Clements waits patiently, until she glimpses a face she hoped she’d never see again. It’s him — and he’s the cop checking each car. Desperate to avoid him, she makes a panicky U-turn and escapes.

But Nicki’s peculiar behavior did not go unnoticed, and now the police have summoned her for questioning. A resident of Elmhirst Road has been murdered — a controversial newspaper columnist named Damon Blundy. The detectives begin peppering her with questions. Why was she seen fleeing the scene? What is her connection to the victim? Why was the knife that killed him used in such a peculiar way? Why were the words “HE IS NO LESS DEAD” painted on the wall of Blundy’s study? And what do they signify?

One simple answer could clear her. But she can’t explain why she fled Elmhirst Road that day without revealing the secret that could ruin her.

Nicki isn’t guilty of murder. But she’s far from innocent…


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