A Picture of Guilt

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Severn House Publishers, Limited, Jan 1, 2008 - Fiction - 366 pages
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The first in a new mystery series - When journalist Alison Glasby gets the opportunity to work with Fleet Street legend Bill Davenport, she jumps at the chance. Four children were killed in Norfolk in 1969, murdered by Leonie Dellar, and Bill Davenport covered the case. When Glasby finds a photograph of one of the victims that Dellar had hidden, Davenport wants Glasby off the story now. What is it about the murders that he doesnt want her to know?

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User Review  - Kae Cheatham - Goodreads

Well developed story as journalist Alison Glasby's tenacious character (often a bit overbearing, too) leads her to the true facts about a murder that occurred before she was born. Characters are well drawn and distinctive. Set in London and Norwich, England with good sense of place. Read full review

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