Killing a Stranger - Jane Adams Reviews
Description:ISBN 0727863576 / Hardcover: 224 pages / Publisher: Severn House / Published: 2 Feb 2006
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==Synopsis of the book:== Teenager Rob Beresford arrives home late one night covered in blood. All he will tell his mother Clara is that she must call the Police, he is not hurt and that he has killed a man down by the canal. She agrees to do this and while she does he disappears out the back of the house. Hours later his body is also discovered this time in the canal he appears to have drowned. The Police quickly find the man with a stab wound by the canal is Adam Hensel but they can find any rhyme or reason why Rob would have killed him because as far as they are concerned and talking to his friends and family he did not know the man. One of Rob's ... Read the complete review
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