No Mark upon Her LP: A Novel

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HarperCollins, Feb 7, 2012 - Fiction - 576 pages
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When a search-and-rescue team discovers a woman’s body in the river, Scotland Yard superintendent Duncan Kincaid finds himself heading an investigation fraught with complications. The victim, Rebecca Meredith, was a talented but difficult woman with many admirers—and just as many enemies. An Olympic contender on the verge of a controversial comeback, she was also a high-ranking detective with the Met—a fact that raises a host of political and ethical issues.

To further complicate things, a separate investigation, led by Detective Inspector Gemma James, Kincaid’s wife, soon reveals a disturbing, possibly related, series of crimes, widening the field of suspects. But when someone tries to kill the search-and-rescue team member who found the body, the case becomes even more complex and dangerous.

Surrounded by enemies with friendly faces, pressured to find answers quickly while protecting the Yard at all costs, his career and reputation on the line, Kincaid must race to catch the killer before more innocent lives are lost—including his own.

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User Review  - tututhefirst - LibraryThing

As with all of Crombie's stories in this series, I learned something new. This one features rowers, the regattas, and that special sport we all see once in awhile but don't really understand. Crombie ... Read full review

Review: No Mark Upon Her (Duncan Kincaid & Gemma James #14)

User Review  - Kimberly Paulson - Goodreads

Really 4.5 stars. Have enjoyed the series maturing. Read full review

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About the author (2012)

A native Texan who has lived in both England and Scotland, Deborah Crombie is a three-time Macavity Award winner, an Edgar Award nominee, and a New York Times Notable author. She is the author of more than a dozen novels, including the recent Necessary as Blood and Dreaming of the Bones, which was selected as one of the 100 Best Crime Novels of the Century by the Independent Mystery Booksellers Association. She lives in McKinney, Texas, sharing a house that is more than one hundred years old with her husband, three cats, and two German shepherds.

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