Cruel Habitations by Kate Charles

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April 1989: sisters Alison and Jacquie Barnett take a holiday to Greece that neither of them will ever forget.

When Jacquie's father dies, she discovers he has split everything equally with her sister, whom no one has seen for eleven years. And Jacquie, desperate for the money, has no choice but to try to trace her. It is a journey that takes her to Westmead, and stirs old emotions that will once more put lives in danger . . .

About Kate Charles

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Kate Charles lives in an overly large Victorian house with her husband and their Jack Russell terrier. Her favourite hobby is visiting churches. She has been chairman of the Crime Writers' Association.
Published May 3, 2001 by Imprint unknown. 528 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Sophie and Chris Lilburn leave their London life for the cathedral town of Westmead, where Chris will teach history in the cathedral school and be lay clerk in the cathedral choir.

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