Blind to the Bones
Scribner, Oct 2003, 25.00, 432 pp.
Two years ago, Birmingham student Emma Renshaw went to catch the train to visit her parents in Withens. However, somewhere en route she disappeared without a clue as to what happened to her. Though most people assume she is dead, her frenzied parents fervently believe she is alive and will come home soon. They live life as if Emma is attending school, keeping her room the way she left it and ... Blood on the Tongue
Scribner, Oct 2002, 24.00, 387 pp.
The Edendale, England Police Department copes with all manners of cases quite well until a blizzard strikes, causing the officers to work overtime under rough conditions. Petty criminal Eddie Kemp enters the picture when a neighbor identifies him as one of four white men attacking two immigrants. They have to let him go but will soon discover that he is at the center of a crime wave that leaves...