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Come and Be Killed (Martin Webb) by Sally…

Come and Be Killed (Martin Webb)

by Sally Spedding

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0727864823, Hardcover)

A new mystery series from a masterful writerFrankie Holt, with her strange newborn doll, is heading for the Malvern Hills and a job looking after the wealthy yet vulnerable Scott sisters. But there are two dark shadows dogging Frankie: her stepsister Shannon, whom she tried to drown two years before, and Londoner Martin Webb, a police force reject who is convinced that he has an instinct for solving crime...

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Summer 2002. Frankie Holt, a 23 year old carer armed with good references, leaves Manchester for the Malvern Hills and a job looking after the wealthy yet vulnerable Scott sisters. Little do the two women know that sparky, tough-talking Frankie, with her strange newborn doll, has her own sinister agenda.… (more)

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