A Wrongful Death

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Mira, 2007 - Fiction - 345 pages
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Attorney Barbara Holloway needs to think; or to avoid thinking; or maybe she just needs to get away. In any case, she has been drifting from motel to motel for weeks when she rents a remote cabin as ... Read full review

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Mystery regarding a woman, accused of abducting her son and hiding him from the husbands powerful family. Corporate secrets are stolen, another woman murdered in place of the heroine, big bucks at stake. Lots of interesting details to sort thro by Barbara Holloway and her father. Read full review


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Author Kate Wilhelm was born in Toledo, Ohio on June 8, 1928. Since publishing her first novel in 1963, she has written over thirty books in many genres including science fiction, mystery, and fantasy. She and her husband, Damon Knight, taught many authors and helped establish the Clarion Writer's Workshop and the Milford Writer's Conference. She currently lives in Eugene, Oregon.

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