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* * * Minette Walters The Chameleon's Shadow US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Knopf, 2008 (2008) Hardcover, e-Book
A spellbinding tale in which duplicity, trust, and estrangement compete thematically with social marginalization, sexual passions, and unspeakable horrors. (TD)

* * Minette Walters The Dark Room US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Vintage, 2007 (1996) Hardcover, Softcover, Audio, CD
When a well known fashion photographer, the only daughter of a millionaire, is found unconscious in a car wreck, the police suspect a suicide attempt. (JB)

* * Minette Walters The Devil's Feather US Orders
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Review Knopf, 2006 (2005) Hardcover, Paperback, Audio, CD
A traumatized victim of abduction in Baghdad must summon the power to overcome the past and fight the real and imagined monsters that continue to torment her. (TD)

* * Minette Walters The Echo US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Vintage, 2007 (1998) Hardcover, Softcover, Paperback, Audio
A derelict's death in an upper-class garage sets off a search for his identity and the solution to two missing-person cases and three murders. (BL)

* * * Minette Walters The Shape of Snakes US Orders
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Excerpt McClelland & Stewart, 2000 (2000) Hardcover, Audio
A subtle psychological thriller, hinging on the death of an old black woman, Mad Annie. It was written off as an accident by all but one young woman. Twenty years afterwards, she returns to England determined, against all odds, to prove that a murder was committed. (WW)