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Set in Stone by Catherine Dunne

Set in Stone

by Catherine Dunne

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Ooh now, this book is a definite cut above the rest. Full of mystery, hidden secrets and very effective suspense, I just had to keep reading to find out if our heroine Lynda could unravel the mystery and save those she loved before it was too late. The gradual unfolding of the various crimes that may - or may not - have been committed is excellently done, and the ending is a masterclass in thriller writing. Great stuff. ( )
  AnneBrooke | Jan 22, 2014 |
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Lynda Graham has two children, Ciaran and Katie. She has a home in the suburbs of Dublin. Jon, a friend of Ciaran's from university inveigles his way into their lives. His arrival contributes to the gradual disintegration of all she holds dear. When he leaves, his disappearance is even more destructive than his presence.… (more)

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