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No Mark Upon Her

A Novel

by Deborah Crombie

No Mark Upon Her
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  • First Published:
    Feb 2012, 384 pages
    Paperback:
    Feb 2013, 384 pages

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Another case for the Kincaid/James duo, when the body of an Olympic rowing hopeful is found dead in the Thames

Deborah Crombie's 14th book in the Kincaid/James British crime series, No Mark Upon Her, is a favorite among BookBrowse readers; 22 out of 23 people rate it 4 or 5 stars! Here's what they have to say:

Oh, how I love thee, Deborah Crombie! Where have you been all my life and why haven't I read anything by you before? The author offers enough background story to give the reader a good feel for the characters and their situations while at the same time not introducing irrelevant information. No Mark Upon Her has it all: characters who get under your skin, an idyllic English setting, betrayal, ethical issues, family, suspense, and an itch to read more. Deborah Crombie has won me over with this novel and is sure to become one of my favorite mystery authors (Wendy R).

This is one of the best mysteries I've read in a long time. The writing is scintillating, the complex criminal investigation...

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