Every breath you take: introducing Laura Principal

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Pocket Books, Apr 1, 1994 - Fiction - 246 pages
3 Reviews
Psychologically acute, and alive with vivid descriptions of London, Norfolk and Cambridge, this masterful debut novel--about the murder of an art teacher who shares a weekend cottage with two women--by a Cambridge Professor of Sociology will keep readers on the keen edge of suspense all the way to its gripping surprise ending.

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User Review  - fordbarbara - LibraryThing

love how the author uses lots of places around Cambridge. Good characters and good plotting. Built into the East Anglican Caper. Michelle had dinner with us and went punting, and she showed us the house of Jeffrey Archer in Grantchester. Read full review

Review: Every Breath You Take (Laura Principal #1)

User Review  - Laurie - Goodreads

This was a nice page-turner mystery with actual good writing. The ending was a slight let down and the story didn't really stick with me, but I enjoyed it a lot while I was reading it, which is more than I can say for a lot of modern mystery novels. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
9
Section 3
21
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About the author (1994)

Michelle Spring abandoned her career as a social scientist and adopted crime writing after becoming the target of a stalker. Her first novel, Every Breath You Take, marked the debut of private investigator Laura Principal and was nominated for both an Anthony Award and an Arthur Ellis Award. Spring's subsequent novels include Running for Shelter, Standing in the Shadows (another Arthur Ellis Award nominee), Nights in White Satin, and In the Midnight Hour (which won the Arthur Ellis Award as Best Crime Novel of the Year). Spring is currently a Royal Literary Fund Fellow at Newnham College, Cambridge, where she holds writing tutorials with undergraduate and postgraduate students. She lives in Cambridge, England. Visit Michelle Spring's website at www.unusualsuspects.co.uk.

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