Sat 18 June 2011, The Times

Dead End by Leigh Russell

By Marcel Berlins
In Dead End , Leigh Russell’s third and best novel, an unpopular headmistress is found dead with her tongue cut out. Her husband, in the midst of an affair, is the obvious suspect, but DI Geraldine Steel has doubts. The daughter of the victim’s unhappy marriage goes missing, apparently to...
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