And Justice, There Is None - Deborah Crombie Reviews
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Deborah Crombie And Justice There is None
Pages: 448, Paperback, Macmillan
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by - written on 01/02/11 (Very useful, 26 readings)
Newly promoted Detective Inspector Gemma James is starting a new job in Notting Hill. Her private life is also changing as she moves across London and into a new rented flat in the same area with her boyfriend Duncan Kincaid and their children from previous relationships. She has to cope with new work responsibilities such as managing a resentful older male subordinate, at the same time as wondering how to tell her superiors that she's expecting a baby. Soon she finds herself investigating a murder, hardly the ideal way to meet your new neighbours. The victim, Dawn Arrowood, the wife of a successful businessman, was killed on her doorstep. There seem to be ... Read the complete review
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