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Innocent Blood by P. D. James

Wednesday, 11 July 2007 Leave a comment Go to comments

Fiction: Mystery. Hardback from Charles Scribner’s Sons. Published in 1980. 311 pages. Purchased at the Flower Mound Public Library‘s Used Book Sale.

I’ve enjoyed many of P. D. James’ Inspector Lynley Mysteries, so when I saw this one on the used book sale shelf, even though it is not an Inspector Lynley Mystery, I decided I would give it a read. P. D. James certainly does not disappoint.

Publisher’s summary:
Now eighteen, the adopted daughter of Maurice Palfrey, a well-known academic, Philippa has claimed her birth certificate from the Register Office and, with it, a terrible discovery. Some people never forget. And why should they? In another part of London Norman Scase is steeling himself to meet Philippa’s mother, the murderess who, years ago, strangled and buried his little daughter.

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