From the outside, the house was unremarkable. Just one of many on an ordinary, suburban estate. But inside was a different matter. With pink ribbons and pink walls, stuffed toy animals everywhere and a dining table laid out for a tea party, it was a doll's house. The doll was sitting at the table. Life size, with blonde, pigtailed hair and rosy red cheeks, dressed in her best pink party dress. Her finger and thumb curled round the handle of a fine china teacup. An adult woman. Covered in blood. Eviscerated. Dead. In all his years on the force, DI Phil Brennan of the Major Incident Squad has never encountered a scene like it. As he investigates he uncovers more bizarre revelations and realises that he must act fast; the next murder has already been planned and the victim is close to home ...a#39;Make-up looks a little inexpert, a#39; Oliver had said. a#39;Same with the clothes. I reckon this is an early one, before he got the hang of it. What da#39;you think?a#39; Khan had agreed with her. Not just because he thought she was right a which he did a but anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Doll's House|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2013-06-27|