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Close to a motorway service station, the body of a young woman is discovered. She appears to have no family, no friends, no one to identify her. DI Anna Travis is brought onto the team of investigators by DCS James Langton, who already suspects that this recent case could be linked to two unsolved murders. As more evidence is discovered the team realise that they are contending with a triple murder investigation -- and no suspect. Anna's blood runs cold when she receives a letter from a murderer she helped to arrest. He makes contact from prison insisting that he can track down their killer, but will only talk to Anna herself. Does he really have an insight into another killer's mind, or is he merely intent on getting into hers?
©2010 Lynda La Plante (P)2010 Simon & Schuster

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  • Jacqui
  • 09-23-11

Unbelievable

I found it very hard to believe that a modern police force stuffed with profilers, psychologists etc would send officers to interview a convicted killer. He has nothing to do with the present case and at the end of the day seems to add nothing to the story, except to give Anne a new boyfriend. I have read and very much enjoyed all the Anna Travers books and is difficult for me to say this is not up to the standard of the earlier books - but it just has to be said.

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