Loretta Lawson is spending this weekend in a borrowed flat in New York on one of the hottest weekends of the summer. She has hardly arrived in the city when she gets the first of a series of obscene phone calls, and the next day, in the Metropolitan Museum, she gets the feeling that someone is watching and following her.
She tries to shrug it off, but then several disturbing incidents occur which are not easy to dimiss, and the one person who might be able to help -her ex-husband John Tracey, in New York on a story - has too many problems of her own. Joan Smith has also edited a collection of short stories, Femmes de Siecle, and is writing a book about food.
She writes a monthly column in the Guardian, and contributes to the Independent on Sunday, the Observer and the Financial Times. Set in New York, this is a detective story featuring Loretta Lawson. She is spending one of the hottest weekends of the summer in a borrowed flat when she receives the first of a series of obscene phone calls.
Then, several more disturbing incidents occur which are not easy to dismiss. Convert currency. Add to Basket. Condition: Good. Will be shipped promptly from UK warehouse.
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Condition: Used; Good. All orders are dispatched as swiftly as possible! Buy with confidence!. Sellers to introduce the Rev. Rollin P. Gibbs had a proven record of helping small rural churches raise needed finances, and specialized in Building Crusades. Crusade Director: Rev. Ruth Stills. With the groundwork laid and the organization in place, invi- tations were issued to the community. At the close of the service everyone will be given the opportunity to indicate the part he will try to pay on the new church building.
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