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Description:ISBN 9781842995563 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Natasha Cooper / Paperback / 160 Pages / Book is published 2008-10-22 by Barrington ... more
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Pages: 160, Paperback, Barrington Stoke
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==Synopsis of the book:== David Jackson an eleven-year-old boy is found stabbed by his thug of a father Terry outside their high-rise apartment block. The boy sadly dies from his injury and immediately his father is the prime suspect because he is known to use his fists on his wife Maxine and his very volatile temperament. DS Jim Smith is immediately brought in to try and solve this mystery. He interviews Candy the mother of Adam one of David's school friends. She believes she knows who has done it, but is worried about Adam because he and his other friend Mike have been suffering at the hands of some bullies at their school and without a father ... Read the complete review
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