Echoes of the Dead

Echoes of the Dead

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When a recently released prisoner claims on his deathbed that he is innocent of the rape and murder of a young girl for which he was convicted years earlier, DCI Paniatowski is tasked to lead an unofficial investigation into his claims.

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'A plot full of unusual twists, a flawed but likable and competent heroine, and a very satisfying conclusion make this a must-read for Spencer fans' - Booklist Starred Review

The third book in the new series featuring DCI Monika Paniatowski

When a recently released prisoner claims in a deathbed confession that he is innocent of the rape and murder of a young girl for which he was convicted twenty-two years earlier, DCI Monika Paniatowski is tasked to lead an unofficial investigation into his claims. At first she is reluctant, but when she learns that her old mentor Charlie Woodend was the lead detective in the case, she knows she must do everything she can to protect his reputation . . .

The third book in the new series featuring DCI Monika Paniatowski - When a recently released prisoner claims in a deathbed confession that he is innocent of the rape and murder of a young girl for which he was convicted twenty-two years earlier, DCI Monika Paniatowski is tasked to lead an unofficial investigation into his claims. At first she is reluctant, but when she learns that her old mentor Charlie Woodend was the lead detective in the case, she knows she must do everything she can to protect his reputation . . .



Baker
& Taylor

The third book in the new series featuring DCI Monika Paniatowski. When a recently released prisoner claims in a deathbed confession that he is innocent of the rape and murder of a young girl for which he was convicted twenty-two years earlier, DCI Monika Paniatowski is tasked to lead an unofficial investigation into his claims. At first she is reluctant, but when she learns that her old mentor Charlie Woodend was the lead detective in the case, she knows she must do everything she can to protect his reputation.

Publisher: Sutton : Severn House, c2010
ISBN: 9780727869807
0727869809
Branch Call Number: MYSTERY SPE
Characteristics: 218 p. ;,23 cm.

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Apr 07, 2015

This is a good mystery with an interesting cast of characters. The scene switches between 1973 and 1951 and Sally Spencer does a great job in making the reader feel they are in those years.

In 1951, a man confessed and was convicted for the rape and murder of a young girl. While lying on his deathbed in 1973, this same man has confessed to a priest that he did not commit the murder - he was coerced by police. DCI Monika Paniatowski must determine what really happened in an effort to protect the reputation of her retired mentor, Charlie Woodend, who now lives in Spain.

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