A Walk with the Dead: A Monica Paniatowski Mystery

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Severn House, 2012 - Fiction - 218 pages
7 Reviews
A killer who can't be classified a killer who can't be profiled . . . When a young girl, Jill Harris, is murdered, the case soon becomes personal for Monika Paniatowski. She saw the victim looking distressed only hours before she was killed, and Jill was the same age as her own daughter, Louisa. Driven by guilt and pity, Monika throws herself into the investigation, but both the chief constable, who is away, and Colin Beresford her right-hand man think she is too emotionally involved to handle it. What none of them know is that the killer is planning to strike again . . .

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Review: A Walk with the Dead (Monika Paniatowski #6)

User Review  - Mary - Goodreads

Classic British procedural where there is always something a little depressing. Read full review

Review: A Walk with the Dead (Monika Paniatowski #6)

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About the author (2012)

Sally Spencer worked as a teacher both in England and Iran - where she witnessed the fall of the Shah. She now lives in Spain and writes full-time. She is an almost fanatical mah jong player.

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