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Detective Inspector Jack Pearce often resents what he sees as interference in his investigations by his sometime girlfriend, artist Rose Trevelyan. But people confide in Rose and she knows more about their lives and problems than most others and could provide valuable insight into the minds and motives of possible suspects. When a series of violent attacks on young women in the area culminates in murder, Rose's discretion and loyalty to new-found friends is severely tested. Should she betray their confidences when it might help Jack or should she make her own independent enquiries, possibly putting herself in danger? All this at a time when a number of personal problems - an exhibition of her paintings, her on-off relationship with Jack, guilt over an impulsive one-night stand with a family friend, her mother's sudden illness - are demanding her attention. But the unanswered questions surrounding the murder investigation start to pile up. Where was the secretive Dave Fox on the night of Lucy Chandler's attack? What were Lucy and her friend Samantha not telling the police or their parents? And could ex-teacher Rod Hill be the killer of the third girl? He and his wife, Daphne, have moved to the area recently after Rod was accused of molesting a pupil at his last school. Jack, already getting nowhere trying to solve a spate of local burglaries, is under pressure to find answers before another young woman is killed. Rose is aware of this, but exactly how much can she tell him without being accused of meddling? This is a page-turning traditional whodunit, set against the background of the glorious Cornish coast.