Publisher description for Dying voices / Laura Wilson.

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Counter Deadly legacy...

It was a media circus that only the British tabloids can create: the kidnapping of beautiful Susan Blackstock by a radical group — and the refusal of her multimillionaire husband to pay the 10-million-pound ransom. Eight-year-old Dodie Blackstock never saw her mother again.

Now twenty-nine, Dodie has struggled for two decades to step out from the shadows of past tragedy and her father's wealth. But a visit from two policemen changes everything. They bring the news she has waited for years to hear, yet it is completely unexpected. Susan Blackstock's body has finally been found — and she has been dead only forty-eight hours.

Dodie's return to the family estate brings more confusion than answers. There she confronts a legacy of secrets and lies that shakes her trust in everyone she knows. And trust becomes a life-or-death issue, as threatening messages appear on her doorstep ... and death touches those Dodie loves most.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Mothers and daughters Fiction, Great Britain Fiction, Rich people Fiction