|Catnap (1994) [Novel]|
by Gillian Slovo
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Series: Kate Baeier
Kate Baeier used to run her own investigation agency, but after the death of her lover, Sam, she fled London to become a journalist reporting from the world's hottest trouble spots. Now she is back - although she doesn't intend to stay for long. Until, that is, someone starts threatening her and she is mugged. Hardly anyone knows she is in England, but someone wants her gone. Not the type of woman to be pushed around, Kate starts investigating what lies behind the escalating attacks. Picking up the threads of a case she abandoned five years earlier, Kate risks everything, even her life. Traveling from the bright elegance of Chelsea to the dark violence of Hackney, Kate follows a trail that leads her into the danger zones of her own city, where menace lies behind doors both rich and poor. And now that she has stopped running, she is forced to confront the truth about the past and her life with Sam.
Original title: Catnap
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Detective Story and Detectives→ Private Detective