With no one as witness
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New York : HarperTorch, 2006.
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0060545615, 9780060545611
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Alsip-Merrionette Park Public Library District - StacksM GEORGEOn Shelf
Hinsdale Public Library - StacksM GEORGE, EOn Shelf
Warrenville Public Library District - MysteryM GEORGE, ELIZABETHOn Shelf
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774 pages ; 18 cm
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English

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"First HarperTorch paperback printing, March 2006"--T.p. verso
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When an adolescent boy is found murdered under bizarre circumstances, New Scotland Yard acting superintendent Thomas Lynley and his colleagues tie the crime to a series of killings but find the case complicated by racial issues. Detective Inspector Thomas Lynley takes on the case of his career. When it comes to spellbinding suspense and page-turning excitement, New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth George always delivers. As the Wall Street Journal raves, "Ms. George can do it all, with style to spare." In With No One as Witness, Elizabeth George has crafted an intricate, meticulously researched, and absorbing story sure to enthrall her readers. Detective Inspector Thomas Lynley is back, along with his longtime partner, the fiery Barbara Havers, and newly promoted Detective Sergeant Winston Nkata. They are on the hunt for a sinister killer. When an adolescent boy's nude body is found mutilated and artfully arranged on the top of a tomb, it takes no large leap for the police to recognize this as the work of a serial killer. This is the fourth victim in three months but the first to be white. Hoping to avoid charges of institutionalized racism in its failure to pursue the earlier crimes to their conclusion, New Scotland Yard hands the case over to Lynley and his colleagues. The killer is a psychopath who does not intend to be stopped. Worse, a devastating tragedy within the police ranks causes them to fumble in their pursuit of him.
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APA Citation (style guide)

George, E. (2006). With no one as witness. New York: HarperTorch.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

George, Elizabeth, 1949-. 2006. With No One As Witness. New York: HarperTorch.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

George, Elizabeth, 1949-, With No One As Witness. New York: HarperTorch, 2006.

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George, Elizabeth. With No One As Witness. New York: HarperTorch, 2006. Print.

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