Just One Evil Act (Paperback)
#1" New York Times" bestselling author of "A Banquet of Consequences" Elizabeth George delivers another masterpiece of suspense in her Inspector Lynley series: a gripping child-in-danger story that tests Detective Sergeant Barbara Havers as never before.
Barbara is at a loss: Hadiyyah, the daughter of her friend Taymullah Azhar, has been taken by her mother, and Barbara can t really help. Azhar has no legal claim.
Just when Azhar is beginning to accept his soul-crushing loss, he gets more shocking news: Hadiyyah has been kidnapped from an Italian marketplace. As both Barbara and her partner, Inspector Thomas Lynley, soon discover, the case is far more complex than a typical kidnapping, revealing secrets that could have far-reaching effects outside of the investigation. With both her job and the life of a little girl on the line, Barbara must decide what matters most and how far she's willing to go to protect it.
About the Author
Elizabeth Georgeis the"New York Times"bestselling author of nineteen psychological suspense novels, three young adult novels, one book of nonfiction, and two short-story collections. Her work has been honored with the Anthony and Agatha awards, as well as several other prestigious prizes. She lives in Washington State."
Praise for the #1 New York Times Bestseller Believing the Lie:
“A multiplicity of subplots and a richness of physical detail....The story strands are untied and retied in satisfying and often moving ways.”—The Wall Street Journal
“[Lynley’s] back in fine form....George has given us a story filled with sex, grit, love, and everything in between.”—The Gazette (Montreal)
“A clever story with fascinating subplots.”—Richmond Times-Dispatch
“Masterly…an intricate crime drama.”—Marie Claire
Praise for Elizabeth George:
“A master of the English mystery.”—The New York Times
“It’s tough to resist George’s storytelling, once hooked.”—USA Today
“A superstar of the crime-fiction world…deservedly so.”—The Seattle Times
“A writer of immense power, keen intelligence, and profound sensitivity.”—Richmond Times-Dispatch