Lamb to the Slaughter: A Novel by Jennifer RoweLamb to the Slaughter: A Novel by Jennifer Rowe

Lamb to the Slaughter: A Novel

byJennifer Rowe

Mass Market Paperback | August 1, 1996

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His was a homecoming watched round the world—but was he an innocent victim or a coldhearted killer?
 
After serving five years for the murder of his wife, Trevor Lamb was a free man . . . thanks to idealistic lawyer Jude Dilanchion, whose bestselling book, Lamb to the Slaughter, cast doubt on Trevor’s guilt. It was just like Jude, thought Verity Birdwood, to fight for the wrongly imprisoned, even when Jude himself would be the first to say Trevor Lamb was a manipulative bastard.
 
So now the prodigal son was returning home to the bosom of his family, with Jude in tow. And Birdie, on assignment for ABC-TV, is joining them to get the first interview with the newly released prisoner. But soon after their arrival in Hope’s End, another murder takes place . . . leaving Birdie to scrabble for the truth among the lowlife Lambs and a town steeped in bloody secrets.
In her native Australia, Jennifer Rowe is widely recognized as an acclaimed novelist and a former editor of The Australian Women’s Weekly. Before creating the Tessa Vance series with Suspect, she wrote four crime novels featuring TV researcher Verity “Birdie” Birdwood, as well as several stand-alone suspense novels. Ms. Rowe has been c...
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Title:Lamb to the Slaughter: A NovelFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:304 pages, 7 × 4.31 × 0.63 inPublished:August 1, 1996Publisher:Random House Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:0553568205

ISBN - 13:9780553568202

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After serving five years for the murder of his wife, Trevor Lamb is a free man, thanks to idealistic lawyer Jude Dilanchion, whose bestselling book cast doubt on Trevor's guilt. So now the prodigal son is returning home with Jude in tow. But soon after they're arrival in Hope's End, another murder takes place. From the author of Stranglehold. Original