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Frances Fyfield is a criminal lawyer, a trade she has used to huge success in many of her novels. She lives in London and in Deal, by the sea which is her passion. She has won several awards, including the Silver Dagger.
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A powerful and imaginative thriller, Fyfield builds the tension brilliantly to the final pages. When a tough, successful female barrister is found dead, apparently a suicide, the police make it an open and shut case but others are not convinced and soon it seems the barrister made have even left clues as to what exactly did hen to her. A great thriller and whodunit.
A well-paced and tense novel with intriguing characters. A friendship between two women, poles apart in personality, is the basis for the story and inevitably their differences lead to events taking a sinister turn.
Shortlisted for the 2006 Duncan Lawrie Dagger.Although not a thriller in the conventional sense, this book is tense and incredibly evocative. The textures and smells are so vividly described you become concerned that the person next to you on the bus may be experiencing the same sensations as you are. The book's central theme is loneliness in its many forms but rather than coming away feeling depressed, you are inspired by the tenacity and underlying strength of the perfectly formed and engaging characters.
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