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The Woman in Black

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The Woman in Black is the third gripping Jessica Daniel novel from bestselling sensation, Kerry Wilkinson.

Someone has left a severed hand in the centre of Manchester and the only clue Detective Sergeant Jessica Daniel has to go on is CCTV footage of a woman in a long black robe placing it carefully on the ground.

With a lengthy missing persons list and frantic families wondering if the body part could belong to their absent loved ones, she has plenty to deal with - and that's before a detached finger arrives for her in the post.

By the time a second hand is found and a local MP's wife goes missing, Jessica is left struggling to find out who the appendages belong to, how they are connected and just what the mysterious woman in black has to do with it all.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 416 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 24mm | 454g
  • Pan Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Main Market Ed
  • 1447225678
  • 9781447225676
  • 70,768

About Kerry Wilkinson

Kerry Wilkinson is something of an accidental author. His debut, Locked In, the first title in the detective Jessica Daniel series, was written as a challenge to himself but, after self-publishing, it became a UK Number One bestseller within three months of release. Kerry then went on to have more success with the second and third titles in the series, Vigilante and The Woman in Black. Think of the Children is the fourth gripping Jessica Daniel title. Kerry has a degree in journalism and works for a national media company. He was born in Somerset but now lives in Lancashire.
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1,465 ratings
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4 40% (591)
3 18% (270)
2 3% (42)
1 1% (8)
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