The Glass Wall by Clare Curzon
A Superintendent Mike Yeadings Mystery (Superintendent Mike Yeadings Mysteries)

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One freezing February evening, a Filipino barman named Ramon witnesses someone plunging from the seventh story of a luxury penthouse. Instead of calling the police, he heads straight for the apartment from which the body has fallen. It belongs to an old woman with a mysterious past, who could not get out of bed by herself.
 Superintendent Mike Yeadings and Sergeant Rosemary Zycynski lead the investigation. Searching for a link between a teenage drug victim, a missing care assistant, and an unidentified corpse, they discover further mysteries behind the glass wall of the penthouse. Other lives are threatened and the circle of menace widens to involve the dead woman's unhappily married doctor and estranged granddaughter.
Clare Curzon's latest mystery masterfully unpicks the events and motives that lead toward the apparent murder of a woman already mortally frail. Her brilliantly fast-paced style keeps the pages turning as the chilling truth is gradually revealed. 

About Clare Curzon

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Clare Curzon has written more than forty novels under her name and also under the pseudonyms Rhonda Petrie and Marie Buchanan. She studied French and psychology at King's College, London. A grandmother to seven, in her free time she enjoys traveling and painting. She lives in Buckinghamshire, England.   
Published November 28, 2006 by Minotaur Books. 256 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Ever since she ran off as a pregnant 17-year-old, Emily Withers has had little to do with her family.

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