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A young woman is brutally murdered at a seaside town in Devon, England. She had been in a car with her older, married lover, and she had just stepped outside for a moment and now she is gone.
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I loved this book. Richard B. Wright is a wonderful writer, with an ability to gt deep into the minds of his characters.

Dan Fielding is having an affair with a younger colleague -- the first time he's ever even contemplated such behaviour in his 17-year marriage. But something unthinkable happens -- the young woman is murdered in the resort town they've sneaked off to. And Dan has to deal with the police, the woman's family and his own wife and daughter as his affair becomes the lead story on the evening news and in the press. This novel explores forgiveness and examines unforeseen consequences of our actions. ( )
  LynnB | Jul 28, 2019 |
I gave up on this after a few chapters as everyone in it - apart from the protagonist - seemed like they were written by someone who hadn't met many people but had watched a lot of TV drama, especially the women. The key feature of the plot should give plenty of scope for thoughtful, engaging writing, but this was plodding and lifeless. I presume his previous novels were better; this one is all telling and no showing. ( )
  Litotes | Aug 27, 2015 |
For some reason the cover and title of this book put me off reading it for some time, but when I did get into it, I found a very readable book about a man who risks everything he holds precious when he finds himself in a moral dilemma and has to front up to his role in what turns out to be a tragic murder. ( )
  earthsinger | Sep 1, 2010 |
strangely plotted, but interesting because of that ( )
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