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The Glass Wall

by Clare Curzon

Starting with a tragic plunge from a seventh floor window, the truth of what has happened is revealed only gradually and tantalisingly by the author in this gripping crime story. The book offers skillful balance of characters, suspense and action. The dominating setting; a luxury penthouse flat offering a view of the world through the soundproof glass wall.

Suggested by Jenny Oliver, Poole

Tagged with: gripping

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