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Close to Home By Eileen MacDonald

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Hugh Eastwood is a rising political star and after the birth of his first child his wife returns to work, leaving Charlie in the care of his nanny, Alice. Charlie is fatally injured and dies, whereupon Alice becomes the chief suspect - but this proves much more than a simple open and shut case.
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Close to Home by Eileen MacDonald

A taut and intricate thriller of secrets and deception; Hugh Eastwood is a rising political star and, after the birth of their longed-for first child, his wife Roz returns to work as a high-flying magazine editor, leaving Charlie in the care of his new nanny, Alice. Newly arrived back in the office, Roz receives an hysterical telephone call from Alice. Her beloved son is fatally injured. When Charlie dies soon afterwards, Alice quickly becomes the chief suspect. For journalist Mady O'Neil, as Roz's best friend, she is unable to comprehend the tragedy. But her boss at the newspaper insists that the nanny's point of view must be heard. Compromised between her career and a friendship and values she holds dear, Mady is forced to investigate and begins to uncover much more than a simple open and shut case.

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About Eileen MacDonald


Eileen MacDonald is a well-respected investigative journalist and author of Shoot The Women First - a book containing first person interviews with women terrorists from around the world, and Brides For Sale - the story of two British girls sold as child brides in North Yemen. She is the author of three previous thrillers - The Sleeper, The Infiltrator and The Keeper.

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GOR006911816
Close to Home by Eileen MacDonald
Eileen MacDonald
Used - Good
Hardback
Simon & Schuster Ltd
2003-05-06
320
0684840553
9780684840550
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Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
The book has been read but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact and the cover is intact. Some minor wear to the spine.