Deadly Retreat - Christine Green Reviews
Description:ISBN 0727864254 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Christine Green
Newest Review: ... and always interesting Investigation novel. It admittedly is from an author I think writes good quite simplistic crime ... more
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Christine Green Deadly Retreat (Severn House Large Print)
Pages: 320, Edition: Large type edition, Hardcover, Severn House ...
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by - written on 07/12/11, updated on 07/12/11 (Very useful, 89 readings)
==Synopsis of the book:== Kate Kinsella is going through a tough time following the death of her boyfriend David. She is by profession a Private Investigator who receives help and support from her Landlord and friend Hubert, who runs his funeral business below their flats. Herbert decides that Kate needs to get away from everything and everyone so he books her into a retreat in the middle of nowhere called Peace Haven. However upon arrival to this rural retreat miles from anywhere she soon discovers there are things that he has not shared with her about this place and why she is there. This will not be the getting away from everything holiday she was ... Read the complete review
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