The Betrayal of Trust - Susan Hill Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099499347 / Author: Susan Hill / Paperback / 480 Pages / Book is published 2012-09-27 by Vintage
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Story Summary The residents of Lafferton wake up to find themselves stranded in their homes as wild storms have flooded the town. Whilst they slept the storm water swept soil branches and stones down the moor and uncovered a shallow grave. Detective Simon Serrailler makes his way to the site where the forensic team are already hard at work. His hopes that these are nothing more than animal remains are dashed when he is told they are those of a young female. It doesn't take long to identify the victim ,teenager Harriet Lowther who disappeared 16 years earlier. Simon has the unenviable task of breaking the news to her father and has to deal with a cold ... Read the complete review
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