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Wink Murder (Paperback)
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Wink Murder (Paperback)

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Paperback 320 Pages / Published: 10/11/2011
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Late one night, Kate is woken by her husband Paul, drunk, covered in blood, and mumbling that he's killed something - or someone.

Afterwards, Paul denies he ever said what he did. But when an attractive young woman who works for him is found murdered, Kate's terrible suspicions about what her husband has really done send her on a desperate search for the truth.

Although as the lies multiply, and Kate's carefully constructed life comes under threat, doing the right thing is not as straightforward as it seems . . .

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
ISBN: 9781444715354
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 227 g
Dimensions: 197 x 131 x 21 mm


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Jo Nesbo, Stephen King, Patricia Cornwell and Ali Knight were all choosen as Independent Books of the Year 2011. 'Knight's knack with plot ensures that everything rattles along nicely in Nicci French territory.' * Independent on Sunday *
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A tight-plotted, too-close-for-comfort thriller that races to the finish . . . pacey and disquieting * Stylist *
'Tightly-plotted, high-pitched psychological thriller . . . what bright new talent Ali Knight does so successfully, and with a welcome fresh eye, is broach the great divide between public and private space.' **** * Daily Mirror *
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“Poor”

An object lesson in never judging a book by its cover, the attractive exterior hides a very patchy and ultimately joyless novel.

Firstly the repetition - I know this is being told from Kate's point of view, but... More

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2nd November 2011
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