The Chalk Girl - Carol O'Connell Reviews
Description:ISBN 075538539X / Paperback: 448 pages / Publisher: Headline / Published: 19 July 2012
Newest Review: ... wide smile and red hair. Coco is her name she says and she is also very knowledgeable about rats too it seems. Coco is an ... more
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Carol O'Connell The Chalk Girl
Pages: 448, Paperback, Headline
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A little girl with red hair and a wide smile is discovered running around Central Park. She has blood on her shoulder. It fell from the sky she said, while she was looking for her Uncle, who turned into a tree. Poor child, people thought. And then they found a body in the tree. For NYPD detective, Kathy Mallory, there is something about the little girl she understands. Mallory is damaged, they say, but she can tell a kindred spirit. And this one will lead her to a story of extraordinary crimes going back 15 years, with blackmail and complicity, not to mention a particular cruelty that someone only with Mallory's history could maybe recognise. Prior ... Read the complete review
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