A Place Of Hiding

George Elizabeth

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Cover Type: Softcover
Book Condition: Fine
Jacket Condition: None Issued
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
Publisher Place: London
Publisher Year: 2003
Edition: Reprint

Description: 568 pages. Book appears to have hardly been read and is in Fine condition throughout. The Sudden Death Of Guy Brouard After A Swim Shocks The Residents Of Guernsey.The Woman Charged With His Murder And Deborah(an Old Friend) From UK Who Arrives To Investigate Learns From Painful Lessons About Loyalty And Trust,and The Loving Tyranny Of Family Ties.

Publishers Description: The new thriller from international bestselling brand author Elizabeth George Millionaire Guy Brouard has made his home on Guernsey and acted as patron and benefactor to many of the islanders. So his murder comes as a shock - and puts many of their schemes in jeopardy. The young woman arrested for the crime is China River, a Californian photographer who was only on Guernsey in the first place as a favour to her brother, Cherokee. In shock at this turn of events, Cherokee seeks help from his only UK contact - Deborah St James, a long-standing friend of his sister. Dealing with personal issues in her marriage and her career, Deborah rushes impulsively to the island to address this miscarriage of justice, accompanied - albeit reluctantly - by her husband, Simon, whose skills as a forensic pathologist and whose connections with Scotland Yard, will prove useful. As the couple penetrate the close-knit Guernsey community in order to solve the crime, they discover it has its roots in the island's history of Nazi Occupation. They also discover things about themselves, and their own relationship, along the way.

ISBN: 9780340767245

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