Missing, Presumed

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Susie Steiner

Edith Hind is gone, leaving just her coat, a smear of blood and a half-open door. Each of her friends and relatives has a version of the truth. But none quite adds up. The press grows hungrier by the day. Can DS Manon Bradshaw fend them off, before a missing persons case becomes a murder investigation?
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It is the first 72 hours that are all-important in a missing person case. If they pass without result, police unofficially assume they’re now looking for a body. DS Manon Bradshaw is in just such a race against time when a woman vanishes from home, door ajar, keys and phone left behind, blood on the floor. But this is more than a thriller: Manon is a wonderfully screwed-up, often very funny woman. There are laughs as well as gasps here.

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