By Death Divided - Patricia Hall Reviews
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Once again, reporter Laura Ackroyd and her boyfriend, DCI Michael Thackeray, become involved in cases that seem to be impossible to solve. Laura has become involved with a married woman, Julie, who has recently left her husband because she can no longer cope with the beating he gives her on a regular basis. But then her daughter runs back to her father and subsequently disappears, leaving Julie is terrified for her safety. Thackeray is horrified to find that the dead Asian woman found in the river is one of his constable's relations. However, being Asian, the family are reluctant to open up and Thackeray and his team are forced to tread on egg-shells around them, ... Read the complete review
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