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An astute short story that challenges the formulaic and inhumane murder mysteries of television.

An astute short story that challenges the formulaic and inhumane murder mysteries of television.

A body is found floating in the bottom of a swimming pool. The police have no leads. Might the nosy cleaner have a theory about this strange case? After all, she is well used to reading the mess that people leave lying all around.

Award-winning writer Fiona Farrell offers a refreshing take on death and justice in this intriguing mystery.

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Also by Fiona Farrell

Decline and Fall on Savage Street
Light Readings
The Villa At the Edge of the Empire
The Hopeful Traveller
Limestone
Mr Allbones' Ferrets
Book Book
Six Clever Girls Who Became Famous Women
The Skinny Louie Book (Penguin Award Winning Classics)

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Make Me
The Girl on the Train
The Curious Incident of the Dog In the Night-time
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Best Laid Plans
The Golden House
The Heart's Invisible Furies
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Swing Time
Men Without Women
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