An Empty Death by Laura Wilson
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An Empty Death Summary
Summer, 1944. After almost five years of conflict, London's inhabitants are exhausted. War-weary DI Ted Stratton is no exception, but he cannot help being drawn in by his latest case. Called on to investigate when a doctor is found dead in Fitzrovia's Middlesex Hospital, Stratton soon realizes that someone involved is not who they appear to be. Someone has discarded their own identity, and that someone is on a killing spree.
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"[A] heart-wrenching, life-and-death drama involving Stratton's wife and culminates in an unexpected plot twist." - Kirkus
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Laura Wilson Author Biography
Laura Wilson is the crime fiction reviewer for The Guardian. Brought up in London, England, she has degrees in English literature from Somerville College, Oxford, and UCL, London.
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