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There is absolutely nothing like a heavy dose of the lurgy to get you tucked up in bed catching up on some reading.  Luckily the latest book from Michael Robotham arrived just in time to join the pile (which I will catch up on mentioning asap).

Oh and there was Easter - I'm sure chocolate doesn't give you a lurgy though!

From the Blurb:

Ray Hegarty, a highly respected former detective, lies dead in his daughter Sienna's bedroom.  She is found covered in his blood.  Everything points to her guilt, but psychologist Joe O'Loughlin isn't convinced.

Opening Lines:

If I could tell you one thing about Liam Baker's life it would be this:  when he was eighteen years old he beat a girl half to death and left her paralysed from the waist down because she tipped a bucket of popcorn over his head.

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9781847442192
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Ray Hegarty, a highly respected former detective, lies dead in his daughter Sienna's bedroom.  She is found covered in his blood.  Everything points to her guilt, but psychologist Joe O'Loughlin isn't convinced.

Fourteen-year-old Sienna is the best friend of Joe's daughter, and he has watched her grow up and seen the troubled look in her eyes.  Against the advice of the police, he launches his own investigation, embarking upon a hunt that will lead him to a predatory schoolteacher, a conspiracy of silence and a race-hate trial that is captivating the nation.

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