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Total eclipse by Liz Rigbey

Total eclipse (edition 1995)

by Liz Rigbey

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Title:Total eclipse
Authors:Liz Rigbey
Info:Pocket Books (1995), Edition: First., Hardcover, 472 pages
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Total Eclipse by Liz Rigbey


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Keeps you guessing until the fianl pages, a gripping and suspenseful book. ( )
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My thanks, foremost and wholeheartedly, go to Mark Lucas. In addition, I am very grateful for the advice given, with patience and generosity, by: Professor Alec Boksenberg of the Royal Greenwich Observatory, Cambridge, England; George G. Walker, defense attorney, San Francisco; Diane Hovarongkura. I fear that more generosity still will be required when they read this book and discover the number of occasions I have failed to follow their advice. Thanks also to the following people who helped or supported me in many different ways while I was writing this book: Kevin Jackson; Rosie Cheetham; Susan Lamb; William Grose; Dudley P. Frasier; Kay Rigbey; Adrian and Felicity Cave; Norman Coward; Alan Dressler.
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It was spring when Julia first arrived at the observatory.
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Julia, an astronomer in a California observatory, is accused of killing her husband and his daughter. At that, Lomax, her bumbling, dog-like boyfriend who is also an astronomer, starts an investigation to clear her name, not easy as she had every reason to do it.… (more)

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