The Chalk Girl by Carol O'Connell
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The Chalk Girl Summary
The little girl appeared in Central Park: red-haired, blue-eyed, smiling, perfect - except for the blood on her shoulder. It fell from the sky, she said, while she was looking for her uncle, who turned into a tree. Poor child, people thought. And then they found the body in the tree.
The Chalk Girl Reviews
"Starred Review. O'Connell's awesome ability to weave a taut, complex plot works with Mallory's equally awesome detective skills as she unearths each crystalline facet of crimes both past and present." - Publishers Weekly
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Carol O'Connell Author Biography
Born in 1947, Carol O'Connell studied at the California Institute or
Arts/Chouinard and the Arizona State University. For many years she survived on
occasional sales of her paintings as well as freelance proof-reading and
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