Mother Love by Maureen Carter
(Sarah Quinn Mysteries)

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A hard-hitting DI Sarah Quinn police procedural - 'Olivia Kent is lying. Olivia Kent is crying. Olivia Kent is dying. I could make it quicker. Put her out of her misery. But I won't.' The anonymous letter sent to the chief superintendent would appear to be a piece of malicious nonsense. But schoolteacher Olivia Kent hasn't been seen for six days - and as the race to find her becomes increasingly desperate, DI Sarah Quinn is forced to turn to her old adversary, the unscrupulous journalist Caroline King - who just so happens to be the missing woman's best friend; for help.

About Maureen Carter

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A former newspaper reporter, broadcast journalist, BBC TV News presenter and producer, Maureen Carter is the author of the highly-acclaimed Bev Morriss and DI Sarah Quinn police procedural series. She lives in Birmingham.
Published May 1, 2012 by Severn House Digital. 224 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Following up with the school where Olivia teaches, she’s told that Olivia has taken an unanticipated break—something Olivia never mentioned to her.

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The mother’s words repeat her love, “From the top of the tallest skyscraper, and around the far side of the sun / all the way from east to west / Momma loves her precious one!” In any situation, from as far away as China and even to the starry skies, June Carter described her deep love for her ch...

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