Unnatural Wastage by Betty Rowlands
(Sukey Reynolds)

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When the body of a woman is found in a skip with a knife in her back, Detective Constable Sukey Reynolds will have to use all her wits to bring the killer to justice When the body of pretty Fenella Tremaine is found in a skip with a distinctive oriental-patterned knife in her back, Sukey faces some big questions: which of Fenella’s enemies hated her enough to kill her . . . and why? Could it be professional rivalry, or her promise to testify against a local residential home that’s the key to solving the crime? Sukey will have to use all her wits and her contacts – including dishy journalist Harry Matthews – if she and her colleagues are to bring the killer to justice.

About Betty Rowlands

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Rowlands is a active member of the Crime Writers' Association. She was born in Letchworth, Hertfordshire, England.
Published December 1, 2012 by Severn House Digital. 208 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Fenella Tremaine may have been tough and outspoken, but did her clashes with fellow tenants’ association member Marcus Ellerman or her criticisms of caretaker Frederick Wilkins lead one of them to stab her with an Oriental-patterned knife and heave her lifeless body into a Dumpster behind Sycamor...

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