Scaring Crows - Priscilla Masters Reviews
Description:ISBN 0333745620 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Priscilla Masters / Hardcover / 304 Pages / Book is published 1999-02-19 by Macmillan
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Priscilla Masters Scaring Crows (A DI Joanna Piercy novel)
Pages: 297, Paperback, Allison & Busby
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by - written on 27/02/09 (Very useful, 156 readings)
The bodies of two farmers, Aaron and Jack Summers, are found in their isolated farmhouse; both dead from shotgun wounds, presumably the shotgun that sat in their hallway for anyone to pick up and use. Yet the Summers barely had any contact with anyone else, and they certainly didn't seem to have any enemies. DI Joanna Piercy is stumped - until she finds out that there is a missing member of the family, a daughter called Ruthie. Is she in hiding because she killed her father and brother? Or is she lying somewhere injured or dead herself? As practically the only lead, a nationwide search sets out to find her. But is she the solution to the case, or is there something that . Read the complete review
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