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The Frailty of Flesh by Sandra Ruttan

The Frailty of Flesh

Description : When a young boy is found murdered, the boy's brother accuses their older sister of murder, but the girl is nowhere to be found. Constables Hart and Tain find evidence that the girl is innocent--and is actually a victim herself. Now they must find her before she--and the rest of her family--is killed.

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Authors : Sandra Ruttan

Published Date : 2013-06-25

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ISBN : 1477806598

Page : 350 Pages

Categories : Fiction

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