Rewind by Vivien Armstrong

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When Adele Morrison's body is found in the swimming pool of the Crown House hotel, her estranged husband stands to inherit everything he had been fighting to claim as part of a divorce settlement. DI Ian Preston, however, is unable to get past the coroner's verdict of accidental death -- until the body of Adele's lover is found floating in the Thames.

About Vivien Armstrong

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Vivien Armstrong trained as a journalist, working on a national British newspaper before becoming a crime novelist. She also contributes horticultural and gardening articles to magazines as well as co-authoring a floral art book with a leading designer. She lives in Norfolk, England.
Published June 1, 2001 by Severn House Publishers. 224 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Ian Preston, who seems to be the central character until the plot drifts off into a myriad of subplots and romantic entanglements involving Adele's estranged husband, her current and former lovers, plus her half-sister, Sylvie, an aspiring actress who flies in from Canada to declare the death a s...

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