1 edition of Presumed missing found in the catalog.
Nancy K. Wallace
A lot of Abby"s favorite books have gone missing at the local public library and she suspects a strange man that she has seen there but Jeremy, the bully in her class, and his four-year-old hyperactive brother Evan are complicating her investigation.
|Statement||by Nancy K. Wallace ; illustrated by Amanda Chronister|
|Series||Abby and the Book Bunch|
|Contributions||Chronister, Amanda, ill|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.W158752 Pre 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012027944|
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In her first step into crime fiction, Susie introduces us to 39 year old Detective Sergeant Manon Bradshaw. missing, presumed by Susie Steiner ‧ RELEASE DATE: J A new and complex police heroine tries to solve a high-profile missing persons case while seeking domestic fulfillment in Cambridge.
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Edith Hind is a gorgeous, intrepid graduate student at Cambridge University who seems to. Missing, Presumed is an extraordinarily assured police procedural in the tradition of Ruth Rendell and Elizabeth George—the surprises continue to the last page as Susie Steiner blasts expectations and assumptions to dig deep into questions of trust, betrayal, class, and family bonds.”—Joseph Finder, author of The Fixer/5(24).
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