The Doll's House

The Doll's House

Book - 2013
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When the body of popular talk show host Keith Jenkins is discovered in the icy waters of the canal during the early hours of a chilly Dublin morning, everyone wants to know why. D.I. O'Connor and a new squad of detectives from Harcourt Street team up with criminal psychologist Dr Kate Pearson to profile the killer, in an attempt to narrow down the search. Two days later a second body is found in the canal, with no apparent links between the victims. Meanwhile recovering alcoholic Clodagh Hamilton attempts to unravel the mysteries of her past by visiting a hypnotherapist and 'speaking' to her childhood dolls. As Clodagh discovers more and more about her personal history, it soon becomes possible that there is a link between her and the recent violent deaths.
Publisher: Dublin : Hachette Books Ireland, ©2013
ISBN: 9781444743067
Branch Call Number: PHILLIP
Characteristics: 437 pages ; 20 cm

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