City of Fear - Alafair Burke Reviews
Description:ISBN 184756111X / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Alafair Burke / Paperback / 432 Pages / Book is published 2009-02-16 by AVON, a ... more
Newest Review: ... all four crimes. Ellie Hatcher is new to her department and has been paired up with J.J Rogan so their working partnership ... more
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by - written on 10/02/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Before I was lent this book I'd never heard of Alafair Burke but the person who lends me books reads the same kind of stuff I do so I thought this would be my kind of book. Alafair Burke is a former Deputy District Attorney and currently teaches criminal law so she knows her crime information. The book begins with the murder of a student called Chelsea Hart after she has been underage drinking with her friends in New York. The body is found by Ellie Hatcher who is a detective in New York and they quickly establish who Chelsea left the club with after her friends had gone back to the hotel, and it looks like an airtight case. However Ellie finds information ... Read the complete review
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