In the North Wales village of Salem, beauty and poverty, suspicion and superstition, walk hand in hand. However, nobody knows anything about the woman found hanged in the woods. The murder investigation silts the whole community with greed, deceit, old grudges and a long-buried evil.
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Born into an Anglo-Welsh family, and brought up in rural Cheshire and Derbyshire, Alison Taylor studied architecture before commencing a career in social work and probation. She has been instrumental in exposing the abuse of children in care, and has written a number of papers on childcare and ethics. Resident for many years in North Wales, she is married with two children. Her interests include classical and Baroque music, art and riding. She is currently working on a second novel and researching a biographical study of Beethoven.
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Book Description Penguin Books Ltd, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 140254420