Living on a Prayer

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Century, 2006 - Detective and mystery stories - 375 pages
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A week before Christmas Debbie Stansfield's life falls apart. Her son - her funny, cheeky, kind Richard - has been found hanging from a tree at the Seven Sisters. The police think it's suicide but Debbie won't - can't - accept it. Her son would never kill himself. Not her Richard. No way.Richard's four friends know something about his death. Detective Inspector Lorraine Hunt can feel it. The teenagers are clearly terrified about something - something that scares them more than the police. But they're not about to tell...As the days tick down to Christmas, Lorraine, increasingly overworked and under pressure, can't ignore her suspicions that there's more to Richard's death than meets the eye. And when Richard's friends start going missing, her worst fears are confirmed. Just who is preying on the young people in Houghton-le-Spring? And will Lorraine be able to stop them, before another vulnerable teenager is found dead?

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Review: Living On A Prayer (Lorraine Hunt #3)

User Review  - Laura - Goodreads

DI Lorraine Hunt has been left in charge over Christmas while her boss, Clark, is away in Australia. Not only is she investigating a myriad of burglaries, there is also a suicide that she has to ... Read full review

Review: Living On A Prayer (Lorraine Hunt #3)

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Well it's been a while since I have read about Lorraine Hunt in Sheila Quigley's series. I decided it was high time I re-aquainted myself with them. I am very glas I did and as ever can't wait to read ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Sheila Quigley started work at 15 as a presser in Hepworths, a tailoring factory. She married at 18 and had three daughters: Dawn, Janine and Diane and a younger son, Michael. Recently divorced, she now has eight grandchildren, six boys and two girls and every Saturday and Sunday can be found at a football match for the under tens and under fifteens. Sheila has lived on the Homelands Estate (at present with her son and two dogs) at Houghton-le-Spring near Sunderland for thirty years.

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