Eye of the Raven

Eye of the Raven

Book - 2005
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Dr. Steven Dunbar works for Sci-Med Inspectorate, a multi-jurisdictional agency that investigates crimes bearing on any links to the world of science. He is therefore slightly bemused when the deathbed confession of a convicted psychopath lands on his desk. Until it emerges that another man has already been charged with the crime. A man whose medical research once sent shockwaves through the scientific community. Dr. David Little is nine years into his life sentence for the brutal rape and murder of thirteen-year-old Julie Summers. The evidence against him is indisputable: a perfect DNA match. When Steven is sent to Edinburgh to confirm the hoax, amongst the confusion, incompetency and deception that he encounters there, a new fear arises: that the confession is true. A case that has already destroyed so many lives is forced to reopen. Steven is determined to discover the truth, even if that means that he must think the unthinkable and the truth when it is finally revealed is more horrific than anyone could have imagined.
Publisher: London : Allison & Busby, 2005.
ISBN: 9780749083342
0749083344
Branch Call Number: MCCLU
Characteristics: 267 p. ; 23 cm.

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