Author(s): Elizabeth George
The tenth novel in the bestselling Inspector Lynley mystery series, reissued in dramatic new cover look.
In-store promotion: 36 copy dumpbin, header, poster. Consumer advertising: Colour campaign in the national press; nationwide 6 sheet posters at shopping malls and selected Adshel sites; 48 sheet cross-track posters on London Underground. Consumer promotion: A new series featuring Inspector Lynley is scheduled for screening on BBC TV very shortly. Track Record: Elizabeth George is an international bestselling author whose books regularly appear in The Guardian annual sales charts of the Top l00 Paperbacks. (Temporary)
'Absorbing ... the pleasure of the book is the slow, surprising and often shocking unravelling of the various links between the main characters' -- Marcel Berlins, The Times 'A long and absorbing read that will please lovers of the traditional crime novel' -- Scotland on Sunday 'Elizabeth George orchestrates the family-secrets theme like a maestro ... worthy of a standing ovation.' -- Amazon.com 'keeps the reader on the knife's edge of suspense, thanks to George's skill at weaving together intriguing characters, disturbing action, police procedure, psychological insight, and mordant wit. First-rate suspense with a stunner of an ending.' -- Booklist 'A very accomplished crime writer who is able to keep the reader's suspense right up to the last page.' -- Woman's Way, Dublin 'Thoroughly enjoyable.' -- Bookseller 'A Traitor to Memory is more PD James than Ruth Rendell ... very convincing ... the book makes a serious and valid point about what is left of the personality of a musical prodigy if the music is taken away.' -- Classical Music 'Plots of dazzling inventiveness are the hallmark of George's first-rate murder mysteries. A story to keep you engrossed al the way to Inverness and back.' -- Livewire
Elizabeth George is the author of highly acclaimed novels of psychological suspense. She won the Anthony and Agatha Best First Novel awards in America and received the Grand Prix de Litterature Policiere in France. In 1990 she was awarded the prestigious German prize for international mystery fiction, the MIMI. Her novels have now been adapted for television by the BBC. An Edgar and Macavity Nominee as well as a New York Times and international bestselling author, Elizabeth George divides her time between Washington and Kensington, London.