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Faith Hope and Homicide

By Jessica Mann

Something is waiting deep in the jungle…

Former undercover agent Tamara Hoyland thinks she’s left murder and mayhem behind when she retires from the British government’s secret department E to return full time to archaeological work.

Then botanist Louise Dench turns up dead in the Brazilian jungle, apparently by suicide, and Tamara can’t shake the feeling that there’s more to this pair of slashed wrists than meets the eye…

Jessica Mann was born in London, England in 1937. She studied archaeology at Cambridge University and Law at Leicester University. She contributes reviews and feature articles to many newspapers and magazines, is a regular broadcaster on TV and radio and tours regularly promoting her books at events and festivals. Jessica lives with her husband, an archaeologist, in Cornwall.

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