A Question of Identity by Anthea Fraser
(Rona Parish Mysteries)

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A new Rona Parish mystery. - An old school photograph in which someone has been deliberately blacked out marks the start of a new case for Rona Parish. Who was this person and why would someone want to hide his or her identity? Rona sets out to uncover the secret and soon finds that the school in question closed down many years ago due, it was rumoured, to a long-forgotten scandal. Could this be the link that will solve the mystery? Meanwhile, a visit to a a stage hypnotist results in more than Rona and her friends bargained for . . .

About Anthea Fraser

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Fraser announced at the age of five that she wanted to be an author.
Published December 15, 2012 by Severn House Digital. 208 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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She’s also trying to explain why Magda’s night terrors include images of a family she doesn’t know and why she insists that she’s telepathically connected to the husband who murdered his wife and disappeared.

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In Fraser’s engrossing eighth Rona Parish mystery (after 2010’s Unfinished Portrait), biographer Rona must delay her latest project, a book about painter Elspeth Wilding, to delve into a pair of mysteries.

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