A Place of Execution

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A riveting psychological thriller from the Number One bestselling Queen of crime fiction - Val McDermid. In the Peak District village of Scardale, thirteen-year-old girls didn't just run away. So when Alison Carter vanished in the winter of '63, everyone knew it was a murder. Catherine Heathcote remembers the case well. A child herself when Alison vanished, decades on she still recalls the sense of fear as parents kept their children close, terrified of strangers. Now a journalist, she ...

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Ricoh

Oct 20, 2010

Closer to home than we care to think

This book was recommended from the cannon of Val McDermid's work. I wasn't disappointed and could identify still with the rural locations.
It is a cracking good read that is really 2 books in one, at no extra cost. If you like detective fiction you'll enjoy this classic police procedure and subsequent court case.
The subject matter is dark but is somewhat a journey of self discovery.
It is a book you'll be pleased you picked up and sad to put down! However in the process you will have changed ; hopefully a little for the better.

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