The Doll's House by Louise PhillipsThe Doll's House by Louise Phillips

The Doll's House

byLouise Phillips

Paperback | August 18, 2017

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Winner of the Irish Crime Fiction Book of the Year Award Thirty-five years ago Adrian Hamilton drowned. At the time his death was deemed a tragic accident but the exact circumstances remain a mystery. His daughter Clodagh now visits a hypnotherapist in an attempt to come to terms with her past, and her father's death. As disturbing childhood memories are unleashed, memories of another tragedy begin to come to light. Meanwhile criminal psychologist Dr Kate Pearson is called to assist in a murder investigation after a body is found in a Dublin canal. And when Kate digs beneath the surface of the killing, she discovers a sinister connection to the Hamilton family. Time is running out for Clodagh and Kate. And the killer has already chosen his next victim . . .
Louise Phillip's debut novel, RED RIBBONS, featuring criminal psychologist Kate Pearson, was nominated for the Best Irish Crime Novel of the Year, and her second novel, THE DOLL'S HOUSE, won the award. Louise's work has formed part of many literary anthologies, and she has won both the Jonathan Swift Award and the Irish Writers' Centre...
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Title:The Doll's HouseFormat:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 1 inPublished:August 18, 2017Publisher:Polis BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1943818630

ISBN - 13:9781943818631

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great book Great read. The story flowed. Everything coming together in the end
Date published: 2016-11-19

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Fascinating... This entry, winner of the Best Irish Crime Novel of the Year Award, bodes well for future installments." -Publishers Weekly"Ireland's finest mystery writer."-San Diego Book Review"Among the best crime writing in the world."-BBC Radio Ulster"