Fatlands by Sarah Dunant


Sarah Dunant

Hannah Wolfe is England's answer to V I Warshawski and her cases make equally compelling reading.


If my life hadn't flashed before me, it stood to reason I was still alive. The philosophical conjecture was backed up by physical proof: I hurt too much to be dead.

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