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The Prime Suspect Cases : from the multi-million copy bestseller and master of the crime drama, EPUB eBook

The Prime Suspect Cases : from the multi-million copy bestseller and master of the crime drama EPUB


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All three gritty, pulse-pounding PRIME SUSPECT CASES, featuring DCI JANE TENNISON,available in one stunning volume from multi-million copy bestseller and master of the crime drama, LYNDA LA PLANTE.



When a prostitute is found murdered in her bedsit, the Metropolitan police set to work finding the perpetrator of this brutal attack. For Detective Chief Inspector Jane Tennison, this is the perfect opportunity to get herself noticed. But when every one of her colleagues is willing her to trip up, and the case is far from clear cut, will she be able to prove her mettle.


The coroners report identifies the body as young, black, female, and impossibly anonymous. Yet one thing is clear to DCI Jane Tennison - that news of her murder will tear apart a city already cracking with racial tensions, hurling Scotland Yard and Tennison herself into a maelstrom of shocking accusations and sudden, wrenching violence.


As Vera Reynolds, drag queen and night club star, sways onstage singing, a sixteen-year-old rent boy lies in the older mans apartment, engulfed in flames. For DCI Jane Tennison, now head of the Vice Squad, this high-profile case threatens to destroy the career she fought so hard for.


Praise for Lynda La Plante

Lynda La Plante practically invented the thriller Karin Slaughter

Classic Lynda - a fabulous read Martina Cole

Satisfyingly full of twists and turnsThe Independent

A rare ring of authenticitySunday Telegraph

An absorbingly twisty plotGuardian


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