A year later, the "Honeymoon Killer" is dead, and Mary is living with the scars of that dreadful day. When a friend invites her to return to Italy, she finds that there is a new menace stalking the women of Florence. As her friend Piero follows the deadly trail, Mary soon recognises terrifying patterns. Either this is a copycat, or her husband's murderer is still at large.
©2006 Lucretia Walsh Grindle; (P)2007 Isis Publishing
"A claustrophobic, atmospheric novel, which vividly evokes a city full of ghosts and painted angels." (Literary Review)
Get more of the story earlier, rather than padding it with unnecessary words
She sounded very childish and immature
Couldn't finish the book so N/A
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