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Death of a Partner - Janet Neel
1991 English hardcover first edition, first impression, Constable, London
A fine book in fine price clipped dustwrapper
Book is tightly and square, clean contents and cloth
The dust jacket is clean and tidy no chips or tears etc
A Francesca Wilson and John McLeish mystery
Angela Morgan, wealthy, attractive and arrogant, is engaged to a government Minister, the Financial Secretary to the Treasury, and due to meet him for lunch. Instead, she becomes the latest Missing Person on Scotland Yard's computer.
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Death on Site - SIGNED - Janet Neel
1989 UK hardback first edition, first impression, Constable, London
A fine book in fine unclipped dustwrapper
Signed and inscribed by Neel twice, once on title page and again on endpaper
Book is tightly bound and square, clean contents and cloth
The dust jacket shows no loss or tears
A Francesca Wilson and John McLeish mystery
The authors 2nd book and very scarce signed

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Synopsis
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Another man? A brainstorm? A victim of vengeance? Detective Chief Inspector John McLcish deploys his team — the equable Scottish detective, Bruce Davidson, and Catherine Crane, the most beautiful sergeant the Met has ever employed — and enters the choppy waters of Whitehall. Angela, the missing girl, was a high-flying lobbyist and partner in a firm helping companies to influence government and legislation - a world much more familiar to McLeish's lover, the mercurial Francesca Wilson, a fast-rising star in the Department of Trade and Industry. A substantial legacy from an ex-boss, passionately disputed by his niece, and from which Angela's sister also stands to inherit, complicates the delicate investigation. Delicate complications also occur in McLeish's private life as the beguiling Sergeant Crane becomes more and more important to the enquiry — and to the hard-pressed policeman. In 1988, Janet Neet won the coveted John Creasey Award of the Crime Writers' Association with her highly praised first novel, Death's bright angel. In this, her third book, she shows that her much-heralded early promise is abundantly fulfilled. Death of a partner is a crime novel of a high order. .

Biography
About the author ...
Janet Neel lives in North London with her husband and three children. After reading Law at Cambridge, she qualified as a solicitor, then worked in the USA designing war games and in London in industrial relations in the construction industry. This was followed by thirteen years as an administrator in the Department of Trade and Industry. She is now a director of a merchant bank. She has also been a restaurateur, having founded and financed two successful London restaurants.

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