A confidential agreement.

By: Ryan, Rita AnnMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Purple House Print Description: 452 pages ; 24 cmISBN: 9780473367916; 0473367912Subject(s): Murder -- Investigation -- Fiction | New ZealandSummary: When Frida Delaney returns home to New Zealand after a self-imposed exile the last thing she expects to find is her neighbour's bloody body and to be caught up in a murder inquiry. It's an inquiry that reaches into the darkest side of politics, into a complicated financial conspiracy and dysfunctional families. She just wants to sort out her own life after her mother's death, but can't stand by and let someone she thinks is innocent be unjustly accused. But the closer she gets to the truth the more dangerous she is to the murderer. But is there one killer or a conspiracy of many? Her ex-policeman father, Jack, had often told her that people and places were irretrievably broken after the crime squad came through. Secrets were unearthed and lies exposed. Lives dismembered. Would the sleepy seaside village of Kawa Bay ever be the same again?
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When Frida Delaney returns home to New Zealand after a self-imposed exile the last thing she expects to find is her neighbour's bloody body and to be caught up in a murder inquiry. It's an inquiry that reaches into the darkest side of politics, into a complicated financial conspiracy and dysfunctional families. She just wants to sort out her own life after her mother's death, but can't stand by and let someone she thinks is innocent be unjustly accused. But the closer she gets to the truth the more dangerous she is to the murderer. But is there one killer or a conspiracy of many? Her ex-policeman father, Jack, had often told her that people and places were irretrievably broken after the crime squad came through. Secrets were unearthed and lies exposed. Lives dismembered. Would the sleepy seaside village of Kawa Bay ever be the same again?

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