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Every Contact Leaves a Trace (eBook)
  • Every Contact Leaves a Trace (eBook)

Every Contact Leaves a Trace (eBook)

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eBook (ePUB) Published: 05/04/2012

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'If you were to ask me to tell you about my wife, I would have to warn you at the outset that I don't know a great deal about her. Or at least, not as much as I thought I did...'

Alex is a solitary London lawyer who is deeply in love with his beautiful wife, Rachel. When Rachel is brutally murdered one Midsummer Night in Oxford, all of his happiness vanishes. Shrouded in shock and grief, he returns to Oxford that winter and begins to try to piece together the mystery surrounding Rachel's death, discovering in her wake a tangled web of sex and jealousy, of would-be lovers and spiteful friends, of blackmail, and of revenge.

Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 9781446450208

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“true to it's title”

I enjoyed this novel greatly. It was well written, sympathetic to it's subject, knowledgable and highly readable.
In part it was a tragic love story, in part a who-done-it and an all round psychological study of... More

Hardback edition
18th June 2012
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“Every page leaves a trace”

The narrator, Alex, tells us the story of his wife, Rachel, whose murder has left not only broken but unsure that he ever knew the woman he loved.

I kept reading to find out along with Alex what happened to Rachel... More

Hardback edition
17th April 2012
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“An Oxford murder with a difference”

There are no famous detectives in this investigation and it doesn't read like a normal murder mystery. This is a deep and sometimes moving narration of love, jealousy, grief and revenge set around an Oxford... More

Paperback edition
30th November 2013
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