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Sins of the Wolf (William Monk Mystery, Book 5)

A deadly killer stalks a Victorian family in this gripping mystery

By Anne Perry

  • Paperback
  • £8.99

The fifth bestselling mystery featuring William Monk from acclaimed author Anne Perry

When nurse Hestor Latterly accompanies the elderly Mrs Mary Farraline on a short trip to London, her only medical duty is to ensure her charming patient takes her heart medicine. But Mrs Farraline dies during the night. When her missing brooch 'turns up' in Hester's possession she is arrested for theft, until a post-mortem reveals a lethal dose of medicine in Mrs Farraline's body, and the charge becomes murder. Inspector William Monk must find a killer amongst the aloof Farraline clan, and in a Scottish courtroom the family's secrets will be exposed - or buried for ever.

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  • ISBN: 9780747246329
  • Publication date: 02 Feb 1995
  • Page count: 512
  • Imprint: Headline
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