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Charley's web

Charley's web

Fielding, Joy

A compelling tale of murder and secrets from America's Queen of Suspense. Charley Webb is a smart, beautiful single mother-of-two who left New York City in search of her own version of paradise in Palm Beach, Florida. She now writes a column for the Palm Beach Post, in which she shares her views on sex, shopping and the more entertaining goings-on in her neighbours' lives - much to their disgust. Charley knows she's not the most popular person in town - but then she receives a letter from a genuine fan. Jill Rohmer is a young woman serving time on death row for the murders of three small children - and she wants Charley to write her biography. For there are many hidden truths surrounding the murders Jill is now ready to reveal, including the existence of a mysterious man she calls Jack. But as Charley begins to delve into Jill's background, she starts receiving threatening, anonymous letters regarding her own children. Jill is safely locked away - so does this mean the elusive Jack is still out there somewhere? Charley finds herself in a desperate race against time to unlock the secrets behind the murders before her own family becomes the killer's next target

Hardback, Book, Reproduction. English.
Published London : Simon & Schuster Ltd : [distributor] HarperCollins Distribution Services : [distributor] HarperCollins Publishers Pty Ltd : [distributor] HarperCollins New Zealand : [distributor] Jonathan Ball Publishers SA 2008
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    Barcode Shelfmark Loan type Status
    20244468 ADULT FICTION F ADULT FICTION Available
    20244469 ADULT FICTION F ADULT FICTION Available
    20244470 ADULT FICTION F ADULT FICTION Available
    20244471 ADULT FICTION F ADULT FICTION Available


Statement of responsibility: Joy Fielding
Distributor: London: Simon & Schuster Ltd; [distributor] HarperCollins Distribution Services; [distributor] HarperCollins Publishers Pty Ltd; [distributor] HarperCollins New Zealand; [distributor] Jonathan Ball Publishers SA, 2008
ISBN: 184737042X, 9781847370426
Note: Hardback.
Physical Description: 448 p. ; 23x15 cm.