Walking on Water
McArthur, 2002 - 526 pages
Gemma O'Connor's "complex, intelligent" thrillers are "constantly enjoyable...with lashings of atmosphere and tension," raved the London Times. Now this acclaimed master of suspense probes the dark secrets of a wealthy American tourist-whose love life may have been the death of her...
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