Angel of Death
By Charlotte Lamb
What do you do when you overhear a murder taking place? You call the police. But what happens if the police cannot find the body, and the murderer decides to silence you?
What do you do when you overhear a murder? You call the police. But what happens if the police send you straight into the danger . . .
'A potent mixture of murder, mystery and intrigue . . . you simply won't be able to put the book down'Woman's Realm
Still mourning the death of her husband, Miranda remains haunted by Alex Manoussi, the enigmatic Greek man who rescued her from the same cruel sea that had claimed Tom.
But when Alex turns up at her boss's party, she irrationally fears his appearance heralds another disaster. And she's not wrong.
Miranda witnesses a brutal murder and is forced into hiding for her own protection. The job in a luxury hotel on the idyllic Greek island of Delephores seems heaven sent. But this Eden contains a serpent.
Can it be mere coincidence that Alex is there, too? Is more death on the horizon? And if so, could it be Miranda next?
Charlotte Lamb was Mills & Boon's top-selling author. Her novels have been translated in many languages and are bestsellers around the world. She died in October 2000.
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28 Mar 2013
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Hodder & Stoughton
A potent mixture of murder, mystery and intrigue . . . you simply won't be able to put the book down — Woman's Realm
A thoroughly good read. — Woman's Weekly