Spiking the girl / Gabrielle Lord.Material type: BookSeries: Lord, Gabrielle, Gemma Lincoln: book 3.Publisher: Sydney : Hachette Australia, 2007Description: 506 p. ; 19 cm.ISBN: 9780733621741 .Subject(s): Women private investigators -- Fiction | Murder -- Investigation -- FictionDDC classification: A823.3
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|LONS Everything we keep : a novel /||LOPE A beautiful young woman : a novel /||LOR Feeding the demons /||LOR Spiking the girl /||LOR The light on the water /||LORA Fire in the thatch : a Devon mystery /||LORA Murder by matchlight /|
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Now in a special price addition When Private Investigator Gemma Lincoln agrees to investigate a missing student from exclusive 'Netherleigh Park Ladies' College', she finds herself drawn into a double murder case surrounded by a wall of silence that must be overcome. Gemma's other cases include a woman whose ex-husband still terrorises her at night, a grieving widower who wants to know what happened to his late wife's remains, and the elderly mother of Gemma's piano teacher, who swears there's 'an animal' in her second storey flat and wants a surveillance camera installed to prove it. Every instinct warns Gemma that she herself is under surveillance. Gemma's equilibrium, already shaky after the break-up with Steve, is further thrown out of balance when her late father's mistress tells her of the existence of an ex-nuptial child. Somewhere, Gemma has a half-sister... As Gemma searches for her half-sister and follows the last movements of the murdered girls, an anonymous email tips her off. She must get to the evidence, but will she survive this encounter and the hatred that's been following her?
"First published in Australia and New Zealand in 2004" -- Verso t.p.