Somebody Else's Music

Somebody Else's Music

Book - 2002 | 1st ed.
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Baker & Taylor
Still tormented by a horrifying event from the past that resulted in the murder of a local teenage boy, Elizabeth Toliver, now an acclaimed author with a rock star lover, returns to her hometown and sets in motion a deadly chain of events, which forces Gregor Demarkian, retired chief of the FBI's Behavioral Sciences unit, to get involved. 15,000 first printing.

McMillan Palgrave
Jane Haddam's stylishly written novels featuring Gregor Demarkian, retired chief of the FBI's Behavioral Sciences Unit, have thrilled and delighted an ever-increasing number of readers over the years. Now, with Somebody Else's Music, Haddam delivers her most compelling crime novel to date - a brilliant exploration of how the past affects the present and the twisted workings of human psyche.

Elizabeth Toliver, now an acclaimed author with a rock star lover, was a too-smart, fashion-impaired teen who was the target of abuse from a circle of popular high school girls. The abuse escalated until one summer night she was nailed into an outhouse with over twenty snakes and, while she beat herself into a coma trying to escape, a local teenage boy was murdered just outside. Still haunted by nightmares of that night, Toliver returns to her hometown for the first time in almost 30 years, triggering a deadly chain of events.


Blackwell North Amer
Elizabeth Toliver, now an acclaimed author with a rock star lover, was a too-smart fashion-impaired teen who was the target of abuse from a circle of popular high school girls. The abuse escalated until one summer night when she was nailed inside an outhouse with over twenty snakes within, and while she beat herself into a coma trying to escape, a local teenage boy was murdered just outside. Still haunted by nightmares of that night, Toliver returns to her hometown for the first time in almost thirty years, triggering a deadly chain of events.

Baker
& Taylor

Still tormented by a horrifying event from the past, Elizabeth Toliver returns to her hometown and sets in motion a deadly chain of events, which forces Gregor Demarkian, retired chief of the FBI's Behavioral Sciences unit, to get involved.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Minotaur, 2002.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780312271862
0312271867
Characteristics: 328 p. ; 24 cm.

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