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Looking at her, you’d think it would take a crane to shift her, one of those huge cranes that towered over the river down at Wallsend. And it wasn’t only her body that was like that, Julie thought. The detective was a strong woman. Once she was decided on something nothing would shift her. She found the idea somehow comforting. ‘I thought you might like a bit of fresh air,’ the woman said. Julie must have looked at her bewildered, the way Luke would look at you sometimes, when he didn’t quite get what you were talking about.
A lively and surprising addition to a genre that once seemed moribund’ Times Literary Supplement ‘Raven Black shows what a fine writer Cleeves is . . an accomplished and thoughtful book’ Sunday Telegraph ‘A fine and sinister psychological novel in the Barbara Vine style. com ISBN 978-0-330-52865-8 PDF ISBN 978-0-330-52864-1 EPUB Copyright © Ann Cleeves 2007 The right of Ann Cleeves to be identified as the author of this work has been asserted by her in accordance with the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988.
The strangling, the bath being run. Had the murderer even known she was there? Vera tried to imagine what might have happened. Someone was standing on the doorstep with a bunch of flowers. Did Luke let him in? Did he know him? Then what? The Crime Scene Investigators hadn’t been prepared to commit themselves as to where the murder had taken place. At the bottom of the stairs? If that was the case, had Luke been carried up to the bathroom? Vera couldn’t picture it. It didn’t make sense. So perhaps the murderer had asked Luke to let him use the bathroom and Luke had shown him upstairs.