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House in the Woods

Bill Newman

Fiction, Crime

Toronto detective given missing persons routine file discovers that the men share a fondness for S&M. Is the perpetrator a man or a woman?

Rookie detective, Jane Arlenton, is assigned to a routine missing-person investigation. She discovers that two apparently unconnected men have something in common. Zoë McWatton seeks revenge on men after mistreatment at the hands of her father and her fiancé. Posing as a dominatrix, she devises ...