The Nanny Murders

The Nanny Murders

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Baker & Taylor
Working as an art therapist for mentally ill patients in Philadelphia, Zoe Hayes, a single parent of an adopted child, inadvertently stumbles into a serial murder case in which the victims are all child care providers, a situation for which she teams up with scarred detective Nick Stiles and begins to suspect one of her neighbors. A first novel. 40,000 first printing.

McMillan Palgrave
Writing in the estimable tradition of Mary Higgins Clark, new mystery star Merry Jones rockets to the top of everyone's must-read list with her first exhilirating novel. The Nanny Murders is a mesmerizing page-turner about missing nannies who have disappeared, one by one, from a close-knit Philadelphia neighborhood.
Zoe Hayes, who works as an art therapist in an institute for seriously deranged patients, is the single mother of an adopted (and adorable) little girl named Molly. Zoe gets involved in the missing nannies case when Molly makes a grisly discovery while playing in the snow--she finds a piece of litter that turns out to be a human finger. One of Zoe's neighbors (but which one?) seems to be a serial killer. Zoe and a mysteriously scarred detective named Nick Stiles team up to catch the killer when suddenly Zoe becomes the prey...


Blackwell North Amer
The Nanny Murders is a page-turner about missing nannies who have disappeared, one by one, from a close-knit Philadelphia neighborhood. Zoe Hayes, who works as an art therapist in an institute for seriously deranged patients, is the single mother of an adopted (and adorable) little girl named Molly. Zoe gets involved in the missing nannies case when Molly makes a grisly discovery while playying in the snow - she finds a piece of litter than turns out to be a human finger. One of Zoe's neighbors (but which one?) seems to be a serial killer. Zoe and a mysteriously scarred detective named Nick Stiles team up to catch the killer when suddenly Zoe becomes the prey.

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& Taylor

Working as an art therapist for mentally ill patients in Philadelphia, Zoe Hayes inadvertently stumbles into a serial murder case in which the victims are all child care providers.
Working as an art therapist for mentally ill patients in Philadelphia, Zoe Hayes, a single parent of an adopted child, inadvertently stumbles into a serial murder case. The victims are all child care providers, a situation for which she teams up with scarred detective Nick Stiles and even begins to suspect one of her neighbors. In the tradition of Mary Higgins Clark, an irresistible woman-in-jeopardy novel from a thrilling new talent.

Publisher: New York : Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin's Press, 2005
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780312330385
0312330383
Branch Call Number: MYS Jones, M 100.1 2005
Characteristics: 328 pages ; 22 cm

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