The Red Room

The Red Room

Book - 2001
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Baker & Taylor
A psychologist and police consultant, Grace Shilling is traumatized by her feelings of guilt over the victims she has been unable to help, but when two women are found brutally murdered near a local canal, she reluctantly agrees to assist the police with the case and discovers that the murders are not what they seem and finds herself at the center of the violence. 60,000 first printing.

Blackwell North Amer
Kit Quinn is a young woman who inhabits dangerous worlds: crime scenes, interrogation scenes, hospitals for the criminally insane. Horribly wounded in a brutal attack, she must return to the site of her worst fears. She is asked by the police to advise them on a simple murder inquiry. A young runaway has been found killed by a London canal and the chief suspect is the man who wounded her.
But it isn't a simple case. Kit refuses to accept appearances, against opposition from the police and her own fears; she finds other crimes, other victims. Her obsessive search for the truth draws her into an underworld of abandoned and exploited young people, and puts her at terrible risk.

& Taylor

Three months after Kit Quin is traumatized by Michael Doll, a young man she helps to question, the police ask for her help in investigating the brutal murder of a girl found near a local canal, believing Doll is responsible for her death.

Publisher: Warner Books, 2001
ISBN: 9780892967308
Characteristics: 328 p ; cm


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