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"Jude Craig is having an affair; what had begun as just another gardening job has blossomed into the sort of emotions that had long been missing in her marriage to her architect husband Dan. But when Jude leaves the young, handsome Lee Han asleep in bed, whispering, 'See you next week, ' little does she know what is about to happen next." "Lee's flat is torched. His burns are so bad his body is unrecognisable." "When Detective Inspector John Bright arrives to question Jude, she realises with a shudder that she was the last person to see Lee alive. Whoever started the fire had been watching the house, and had been waiting for her to leave. If that isn't traumatic enough, John Bright's questions are forcing her into a corner - how can she remove herself from the list of prime suspects without revealing her affair with Lee? How can she tell the truth without Dan finding out? Or maybe the truth is that Dan already knows." "But as Bright continues his investigations, he realises that a crime of passion is only one possible motive in a myriad of possibilities. For Lee Han worked as a freelance journalist for a local newspaper, and his investigative reports have made him many enemies in the criminal underworld."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)
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"Jude Craig is having an affair; what had begun as just another gardening job has blossomed into the sort of emotions that had long been missing in her marriage to her architect husband Dan. But when Jude leaves the young, handsome Lee Han asleep in bed, whispering, 'See you next week, ' little does she know what is about to happen next." "Lee's flat is torched. His burns are so bad his body is unrecognisable." "When Detective Inspector John Bright arrives to question Jude, she realises with a shudder that she was the last person to see Lee alive. Whoever started the fire had been watching the house, and had been waiting for her to leave. If that isn't traumatic enough, John Bright's questions are forcing her into a corner - how can she remove herself from the list of prime suspects without revealing her affair with Lee? How can she tell the truth without Dan finding out? Or maybe the truth is that Dan already knows." "But as Bright continues his investigations, he realises that a crime of passion is only one possible motive in a myriad of possibilities. For Lee Han worked as a freelance journalist for a local newspaper, and his investigative reports have made him many enemies in the criminal underworld."--BOOK JACKET.

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