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PUB­LISHED LET­TER WRIT­ERS WIN A COPY OF THIS BOOK In Lynda La Plante’s lat­est novel Mur­der

Mile (Allen & Un­win, rrp $ 36.99), Jane Ten­ni­son has been pro­moted to de­tec­tive sergeant and is posted to one of Lon­don’s tough­est ar­eas. As the rub­bish on the streets mounts, so does the mur­der count – two bod­ies in as many days. The only link be­tween the two vic­tims is lo­ca­tion, as they were found within a short dis­tance of each other. Three days later, a third mur­der oc­curs in the same area. Head­lines scream that a se­rial killer is loose on “Mur­der Mile” and that po­lice in­com­pe­tence is ham­per­ing the hunt. Work­ing long hours with lit­tle sleep, what Jane un­cov­ers leaves her doubt­ing her own mind.

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