Death on the Rocks by Eric WrightDeath on the Rocks by Eric Wright

Death on the Rocks

byEric Wright

Paperback | June 18, 1999

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When private detective Lucy Trimble is retained by Greta Golden to find the identity of the ominous lurking stranger who Greta is certain is following her, it doesn't appear to be too challenging a mystery. Lucy has no trouble learning who her client's pursuer is: a British investigator has been engaged to probe into Greta's life. But the question of what he is trying to discover about Greta, and why, begins to truly complicate the case. This revelation soon opens up further questions about Greta's own identity and, more specifically, the identities of her mother and father. Lucy's investigation leads her to Cornwall, England, where there still live witnesses to Greta's birth and her father's death. Lucy slowly begins to put the fragments of the puzzle together, but it is only when Greta joins Lucy in England that she is able to find the missing piece, and begins to confront her own rapidly evolving and more complicated personal life.

Eric Wright was born in England but immigrated to Canada as a young man and settled in Toronto. For a number of years he taught English literature, and he has written for television and magazines as well as his Charlie Salter detective novels. The first of these, The Night the Gods Smiled, won the John Creasey Award in Britain for best...
Title:Death on the RocksFormat:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.6 inPublished:June 18, 1999Publisher:St. Martin's PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0312312768

ISBN - 13:9780312312763


Editorial Reviews

"[Wright's] well-rounded characters, lyric if low-key prose and subtle humor transforms Lucy's burgeoning caseload into a piece of satisfying suspense." -Publishers Weekly