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Guilty conscience

Author: Michael Underwood
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1993.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : 1st U.S. edView all editions and formats
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Guilty Conscience is the final novel in the long-running series featuring London solicitor Rosa Epton. A well-to-do middle-aged woman, Evelyn Henshaw, comes to Rosa's office and demands that, in the event of her disappearance, her husband be investigated for murder. Rosa is more than a little doubtful. Hesitant to take on this new client, she is drawn in when Mr. Henshaw one day arrives at her office, claiming his
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Mystery fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Underwood
ISBN: 0312098243 9780312098247
OCLC Number: 28548161
Description: 206 pages ; 22 cm
Responsibility: Michael Underwood.

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Guilty Conscience is the final novel in the long-running series featuring London solicitor Rosa Epton. A well-to-do middle-aged woman, Evelyn Henshaw, comes to Rosa's office and demands that, in the event of her disappearance, her husband be investigated for murder. Rosa is more than a little doubtful. Hesitant to take on this new client, she is drawn in when Mr. Henshaw one day arrives at her office, claiming his wife has disappeared. And when the young lodger living in.

The couple's home turns up dead, Rosa must unearth the skeletons of the couple's troubled marriage and fit together the pieces of a complicated puzzle. Readers who have enjoyed Michael Underwood's smooth writing and intricate storytelling will regret the end of this master's career, even as they savor his final mystery.

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