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The lesson of her death
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The Lesson of Her Death. Jeffery Deaver. 7 Ratings; $; $; Publisher Description. From the bestselling author of the Bone Collector novels, soon to be an NBC series Bill Corde looks down at the face of the murdered girl and sees the horror of sudden death.
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