Sympathy Between Humans

by Jodi Compton

Crime / Mystery Thriller and Suspense

LoveReading View on Sympathy Between Humans

Her debut was good – The 37th Hour but this is even better, this is crime fiction at its best so if you enjoy American crime then do give Jodi Compton the time of day.  It’s suspenseful, gritty, well plotted, sharply observed, and a real page turner with plenty of unexpected  surprises. She'll certainly keep you on your toes.

Sympathy Between Humans Synopsis

On the streets of Minneapolis, Sarah has worked everything from vice to missing persons. But six months after the death of a small-time criminal in rural Minnesota, Sarah is still protecting the identity of a killer. And now, a zealous D.A.`s investigator has come to town, determined to make an arrest.

Surrounded by colleagues who know her to be a murder suspect, Sarah keeps her demons at bay by involving herself in the troubles of strangers. However, as she crosses one ethical line after another, Sarah increasingly fears that a mis-step on her part will end not only in her disgrace, but in the death of one of those she has promised herself she will protect.

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ISBN: 9780340828717
Publication date: 05/01/2006
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780340828717
Publication date: 5th January 2006
Author: Jodi Compton
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
Format: Paperback
Genres: Crime / Mystery, Thriller / Suspense,

About Jodi Compton

Jodi Compton is from Northern California, but lived for three years in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the main setting for her novels. She has worked for the Minneapolis bureau of the Associated Press, and as a sub-editor at a newspaper on California’s central coast. In the latter position, she closely followed crime and courts news on the wires, and during this time wrote her first novel, THE 37TH HOUR. Photograph © Donald Dodd

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