The Deadly Neighbors

The Deadly Neighbors

Book - 2008
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Baker & Taylor
Shocked when a woman's body turns up in her father's kitchen, art therapist Zoe Hayes launches a personal investigation that uncovers some shocking secrets about his neighbors.

McMillan Palgrave
A taut, fast-paced suspense novel in the tradition of Mary Higgins Clark, The Deadly Neighbors again features the tension-packed storytelling of the talented Merry Jones.



In this third novel featuring art therapist Zoe Hayes, the neighbors are shocked when a woman’s body is discovered in the kitchen of Zoe’s estranged father, Walter. In fact, they suspect Walter of killing her. But as Zoe investigates further, it seems that the neighbors are up to some pretty shocking shenanigans themselves.



As Zoe tries to prove her father’s innocence, she encounters a cruel ring of organized criminals who specialize in dark and deadly forms of entertainment. Trying to escape their grasp, Zoe---with her daughter, Molly, in tow---must solve a series of grisly murders, but in the process, stumbles into secrets that force her to reconnect with a lost and very frightening part of her own past.



Blackwell North Amer
In this third novel featuring art therapist Zoe Hayes, the neighbors are shocked when a woman's body is discovered in the kitchen of Zoe's estranged father, Walter. In fact, they suspect Walter of killing her. But as Zoe investigates further, it seems that the neighbors are up to some pretty shocking shenanigans themselves.
As Zoe tries to prove her father's innocence, she encounters a cruel ring of organized criminals who specialize in dark and deadly forms of entertainment. Trying to escape their grasp, Zoe - with her daughter, Molly, in tow - must solve a series of grisly murders, but in the process, stumbles onto secrets that force her to reconnect with a lost and very frightening part of her own past.

Baker
& Taylor

Shocked when a woman's body turns up in her father's kitchen, art therapist Zoe Hayes launches a personal investigation that uncovers some shocking secrets about his neighbors. By the author of The Nanny Murders and The River Killings. 10,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Minotaur ; Godalming : Melia [distributor], 2008
ISBN: 9780312356217
0312356218
Branch Call Number: M JONES
Characteristics: 370 p.

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