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Baker & Taylor When one of her clients at the local Glasgow women's shelter is found dead in the Thames, Maureen O'Donnell heads south to London to investigate Ann's brutal death and races against time to reconstruct Ann's final days in order to save herself from a similar fate. By the author of Garnethill.
Blackwell North Amer This successor to Garnethill again pulls Maureen into a grisly case of murder - this time of Ann Harris. Ann had been nursing two broken ribs and reeking of alcohol when she'd visited Maureen's office at a Glasgow women's shelter. Two weeks later and hundreds of miles away, under a mattress on the banks of the Thames, Ann's mutilated body has turned up dead. Eager to quit Glasgow for a spell and escape problems of her own, Maureen travels to London to search out the circumstances surrounding Ann's brutal death. She soon finds herself treacherously out of her depth. Embroiled in the seedy and violent underworld of criminal exiles and dangerous drug lords, Maureen strives desperately to piece together the horror of Ann's last days not only to make sense of the ugly details but also to save herself from a similar fate. The suspense ratchets up, and with visceral shocks and grim wit Denise Mina secures her place among the top-ranking writers of crime fiction at work today.
Baker & Taylor When one of her clients at the local Glasgow women's shelter is found dead in the Thames, Maureen O'Donnell heads south to London to investigate the brutal death.