Deep Freeze - Patricia Hall Reviews
Description:ISBN 0749005211 / Author: Patricia Hall / Genre: Crime / Thriller / The May Anderson Hospital is the most controversial establishment in Bradfield. One of the few local clinics to offer abortions, it provokes strong reactions in the community. But when a young girl is gunned ... more
Deep Freeze - Patricia Hall ... down as she walks out of the clinic, almost everyone is outraged. Who could do such a thing? Reporter Laura Ackroyd and her policeman boyfriend, DCI Michael Thackeray, are both soon immersed in the case. It quickly becomes clear that the maverick surgeon who runs the abortion unit, is not a popular man. - could the bullet have been intended for him? Is it something to do with the flamboyant American evangelist who has just swung into town with his rather intimidating entourage? Ackroyd and Thackeray are convinced that there is more to the case than meets the eye. And with very different attitudes towards the subject of abortion, it is not long before the issues raised threaten to destroy their own relationship.
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