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Penguin Books Limited, Jul 3, 2008 - Fiction - 528 pages
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Just before she died, Patty Bigelow confessed to having killed a man. Now her niece Tanya is obsessed with finding out the truth about her aunt’s crime – and she needs Alex Delaware’s help . . .

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As a little girl, Marie Antoinette was an Archduchess of Austria. She later married Louis XVI, the future king of France. They ruled France in the late 18th century, but that came to an end via the ... Read full review

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I knew a little about Marie Antoinette, not loads but you know the usual - Austrian princess, unhappy marriage, decadence, blamed for the revolution, misquoted with the 'let them eat cake', beheaded ... Read full review

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Jonathan Kellerman is the international bestselling thriller writer best known for his series featuring psychologist Alex Delaware. He has won many awards for his novels, including the prestigious Edgar. He is married to the novelist Faye Kellerman and lives in Los Angeles.

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