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Swan song / Robert Edric.

By: Edric, Robert, 1956-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Song Cycle Trilogy: 3.Publisher: London : Doubleday, 2005Description: 350 pages.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0385605781.Subject(s): Rivers, Leo (Fictitious character) -- Fiction | Private investigators -- Fiction | Private investigators -- England -- HUll -- FictionGenre/Form: Detective and mystery fiction.DDC classification: EDR
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Hull private investigator Leo Rivers finds himself in a battle to keep tabloid sensationalism out of his quest for the truth behind the savage murder of a young prostitute. Investigating one death in a sequence of similar killings, Rivers is brought into conflict with an ambitious chief-of-police set on as much personal gain as possible from the search for Hull's first modern serial killer. Set against a backdrop of the Humber river and the gradual destruction of the fishing industry, Rivers is drawn into a world of exploitation, ambition, vanity and violence in this final volume of a trilogy of outstanding contemporary noir.

Hull private investigator Leo Rivers finds himself in a battle to keep tabloid sensationalism out of his quest for the truth behind the savage murder of a young prostitute. Investigating one death in a sequence of similar killings, Rivers is brought into conflict with an ambitious chief-of-police set on as much personal gain as possible from the search for Hull's first modern serial killer. Set against a backdrop of the Humber river and the gradual destruction of the fishing industry, Rivers is drawn into a world of exploitation, ambition, vanity and violence in this final volume of a trilogy of outstanding contemporary noir.

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