Someone Else's Skin

Someone Else's Skin

Introducing Detective Inspector Marnie Rome

eBook - 2014
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"The debut of an exciting new series for fans of Sophie Hannah, Kate Atkinson, and Tana French. No two victims are alike. DI Marnie Rome knows this better than most. Five years ago, her family home was the scene of a shocking and bloody crime that left her parents dead and her foster brother in prison. Marnie doesn't talk much about her personal life, preferring to focus on work. Not even her partner, DS Noah Jake, knows much about Marnie's past. Though as one of the few gay officers on the force and half Jamaican to boot, Noah's not one to overshare about his private life either. Now Marnie and Noah are tackling a case of domestic violence, and a different brand of victim. Hope Proctor stabbed her husband in desperate self-defense. A crowd of witnesses in the domestic violence shelter where she's staying saw it happen, but none of them are telling quite the same story, and the simple question remains: how did Leo Proctor get in to the secure shelter? Marnie and Noah shouldn't even have been there when it happened but they were interviewing another resident, Ayana Mirza. They're trying to get Ayana to testify against her brothers for pouring bleach on her face for bringing dishonor the family, and blinding her in one eye. But Ayana knows that her brothers are looking for her, and she has no doubt that they'll kill her this time. As the violence spirals, engulfing the residents of the women's shelter, Marnie finds herself drawn into familiar territory: A place where the past casts long shadows and she must tread carefully to survive"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : Penguin Books, [2014]
ISBN: 9780698151154
0698151151
Characteristics: 1 online resource.

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daylemary
Mar 13, 2017

I did not enjoy this book and felt that the writer did not show much understanding of the issues involved in family violence or how women's refuges operate. I did not like the central character.

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