Blood From Stone (Paperback)
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Blood From Stone (Paperback)

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Paperback 336 Pages / Published: 02/07/2009
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When the body of a successful criminal barrister is found outside a chic Kensington hotel, it looks at first like a suicide. For colleagues and friends, her death comes as a huge shock - Marianne Shearer was at the pinnacle of her career, wealthy and stylish - but for the police the case is open-and-shut.

There's something strange about the circumstances, though, something that prompts fellow lawyers Thomas Nobel and Peter Friel to dig deeper. Little by little, they discover that all is not as it seems. Oddly enough, Marianne herself appears to have left a series of small, almost imperceptible clues - clues that point to a far more sinister truth. Retracing Marianne's steps, Nobel and Friel uncover a carefully concealed darker side of her perfect life that leads them back to her last, gruesome case - when she knowingly sacrificed an innocent witness to let a criminal walk free.

Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
ISBN: 9780751539271
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 238 g
Dimensions: 198 x 162 x 23 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
A genuinely original and imaginative writer, [Fyfield] offers a fascinating read... An admirable crime novel * Literary Review *
Fyfield is routinely and rightly praised for her elegant prose... What doesn't get mentioned so often is that when it comes to the dissection of the human spirit, she is the most brutal scalpel-wielder we have...one of Highsmith's true heirs * The Guardian *
Blood From Stone has all the complexity you'd expect from this award-winning grande dame of crime fiction - she's up there with Rendell, James, McDermid and Walters... Simply terrific * Observer *
As always, Fyfield leaves her readers with shivers that take a long time to go away' The Times * `Among her myriad literary skills, Frances Fyfield is adept at creating blood-chilling psychopaths. Like her American predecessor Patricia Highsmith, she takes us deep into their twisted psychology' *

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