Simon Serrailler 6: The Betrayal of Trust - Susan Hill Reviews
Description:ISBN 701180013 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Susan Hill / Hardcover / 368 Pages / Book is published 2011-10-06 by Chatto & Windus
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The Betrayal of Trust is the latest in the Simon Serrailler series set in Lafferton and following the personal and professional life of the fictional policeman. When the body of a young girl is uncovered during flash floods in Lafferton, it is revealed to be that of a teenager who went missing 15 years earlier. When a second, unknown body is discovered close by, the case becomes even more serious. Despite being short on officers and faced with the frustration of trying to pick up such a cold case, Serrailler is determined to unearth the guilty party and bring justice to the families of both girls. One of the benefits of being number six in a series is that the ... Read the complete review
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