Book Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket
Edition: First Edition; First Printing
Publisher: New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1997.
First edition/first printing in Near Fine condition in alike dust-jacket.
In Unnatural Exposure, Cornwell weaves together the stories of three people whose lives are forever changed by a single, shocking event.
Linda is a brilliant and successful doctor who is married to a loving husband, Phil. They have a young daughter, and Linda is thrilled to be starting a new job as the head of a new pediatric cancer center.
One night, Linda is woken up by a frantic phone call from Phil. He has found their daughter bleeding from the nose and mouth, and he can't find a pulse. Linda races to the hospital, only to find her daughter dead.
Linda is devastated by her daughter's death, but she is even more shocked when the police announce that the death was not caused by cancer, but by a rare and deadly form of suicide.
Two years later, Linda is still struggling to cope with her daughter's death. She is visited by Detective Harry Bosch, who has been investigating the suicide; 8vo; FSA.