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Still Life : The heart-pounding new Karen Pirie thriller from the bestselling Queen of Crime, EPUB eBook

Still Life : The heart-pounding new Karen Pirie thriller from the bestselling Queen of Crime EPUB

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'No one can tell a story like she can'Daily Express

'One of today's most accomplished crime writers'Literary Review

'The queen of psychological thrillers' Irish Independent

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'The bodies never stay buried forever . . .'

On a freezing winter morning, fishermen pull a body from the sea. It is quickly discovered that the dead man was the prime suspect in a decade-old investigation, when a prominent civil servant disappeared without trace. DCI Karen Pirie was the last detective to review the file and is drawn into a sinister world of betrayal and dark secrets.

But Karen is already grappling with another case, one with even more questions and fewer answers. A skeleton has been discovered in an abandoned campervan and all clues point to a killer who never faced justice - a killer who is still out there.

In her search for the truth, Karen uncovers a network of lies that has gone unchallenged for years. But lies and secrets can turn deadly when someone is determined to keep them hidden for good . . .

The number one bestseller and unrivalled queen of crime Val McDermid is back with her most exhilarating, breath-taking thriller yet.

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Praise for Val McDermid, the queen of crime:

'Brilliant . . . Sensational . . . Unforgettable' Guardian

'Compulsively readable' Irish Times

'As good a psychological thriller as it is possible to get' Sunday Express

'It grabs the reader by the throat and never lets go' Daily Mail

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