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The Sculptress

Minette Walters: The Sculptress (UK 2010)

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"It was a slaughterhouse, the most horrific scene I have ever witnessed... Olive Martin is a dangerous woman. I advise you to be extremely wary in your dealings with her."

The facts of the case were simple: Olive Martin had pleaded guilty to killing and dismembering her sister and mother, earning herself the chilling nickname "The Sculptress".

This much journalist Rosalind Leigh knew before her first meeting with Olive, currently serving a life sentence. How could Roz have foreseen that the encounter was destined to change her life - for ever?

Minette Walters: The Sculptress. Pan eBook, ISBN: 9780330528757 (December, 2010), 867 KB (ca. 468 p.), £6.99.

 

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The Sculptress

Minette Walters: The Sculptress (UK 2008)

From the Publisher:
"It was a slaughterhouse, the most horrific scene I have ever witnessed... Olive Martin is a dangerous woman. I advise you to be extremely wary in your dealings with her."

The facts of the case were simple: Olive Martin had pleaded guilty to killing and dismembering her sister and mother, earning herself the chilling nickname "The Sculptress".

This much journalist Rosalind Leigh knew before her first meeting with Olive, currently serving a life sentence. How could Roz have foreseen that the encounter was destined to change her life - for ever?

Minette Walters: The Sculptress. Pan, ISBN: 9780330330374 (May, 2008), 441 p., £6.99.

 

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The Sculptress

Minette Walters: The Sculptress (USA 2007)

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In prison they call her the sculptress: a grotesquely obese young woman convicted of cutting her mother and sister to pieces and rearranging their bodies on the floor like a jigsaw puzzle. She pleaded guilty to the crime, but no one has noticed that the facts don't add up until Rosalind Leigh comes to visit the prisoner, hoping to get a book deal out of her story. The more fevered Rosalind's pursuit of the truth, the closer she gets to the true source of the evil ascribed to the Sculptress in her cell.

Minette Walters: The Sculptress. Picador, ISBN: 0312427549 (October, 2007), 320 p., $14.00.

 

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The Sculptress

Minette Walters: The Sculptress (UK 1998)

From the Publisher:
"It was a slaughterhouse, the most horrific scene I have ever witnessed... Olive Martin is a dangerous woman. I advise you to be extremely wary in your dealings with her."
The facts of the case were simple: Olive Martin had pleaded guilty to killing and dismembering her sister and mother, earning herself the chilling nickname "The Sculptress". This much journalist Rosalind Leigh knew before her first meeting with Olive, currently serving a life sentence. How could Roz have foreseen that the encounter was destined to change her life - for ever?

Minette Walters: The Sculptress. Pan, ISBN: 0330330373 (May, 1998), 324 p., £5.99.

 

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The Sculptress

Minette Walters: The Sculptress (USA 1994)

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In prison, they call her the Sculptress for the strange figurines she carves-- symbols of the day she hacked her mother and sister to pieces and reassembled them in a blood-drenched jigsaw. Sullen, menacing, grotesquely fat, Olive Martin is burned-out journalist Rosalind Leigh's only hope of getting a new book published.

But as she interviews Olive in her cell, Roz finds flaws in the Sculptress's confession. Is she really guilty as she insists? Drawn into Olive's world of obsessive lies and love, nothing can stop Roz's pursuit of the chilling, convoluted truth. Not the tidy suburbanites who would rather forget the murders, not an attack on her life -- not even the thought of what might happen if the Sculptress went free...

Minette Walters: The Sculptress. St. Martin's Paperbacks, ISBN: 0312953615 (October, 1994), 320 p., $7.99.

 

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The Sculptress

Minette Walters: The Sculptress (UK 1994)

From the Publisher:
"It was a slaughterhouse, the most horrific scene I have ever witnessed... Olive Martin is a dangerous woman. I advise you to be extremely wary in your dealings with her."
The facts of the case were simple: Olive Martin had pleaded guilty to killing and dismembering her sister and mother, earning herself the chilling nickname "The Sculptress". This much journalist Rosalind Leigh knew before her first meeting with Olive, currently serving a life sentence. How could Roz have foreseen that the encounter was destined to change her life - for ever?

Minette Walters: The Sculptress. Pan, ISBN: 0330330373 (May, 1994), 324 p., £4.99.

 

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The Sculptress

Minette Walters: The Sculptress (USA 1993)

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Everyone knows Olive Martin, the huge and menacing woman who was found five years ago with the carved-up bodies of her mother and younger sister. Everyone knows how she pleaded guilty to murder at her trial. And everyone knows not to anger the Sculptress even now that she is safely locked in prison for a minimum of twenty-five years.

When Rosalind Leigh accepts a commission to write a book about Olive, she finds herself wondering what lies behind all of these facts that everyone knows. When Roz first visits her in prison, she finds that Olive is not quite what she expected. And if - as Roz is repeatedly warned - Olive lies about almost everything, then why did she confess so readily to two hideous murders? The deeper she is drawn into the shadowy world of the Sculptress, the more firmly she is convinced that Olive is hiding something - perhaps even her innocence. But whom could Olive be protecting - and why?

Minette Walters: The Sculptress. St. Martin's Press, ISBN: 0312099096 (September, 1993), 308 p., $21.95.

 

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The Sculptress

Minette Walters: The Sculptress (UK 1993)

From the Publisher:
'It was a slaughterhouse, the most horrific scene I have ever witnessed... Olive Martin is a dangerous woman.'
Rosalind Leigh has no idea what awaits her inside the prison walls. As a journalist, she knows all about the case, of course. How Olive Martin had been found, five years earlier, cradling the bodies of her dead mother and younger sister; how she had pleaded guilty to both murder charges at the time of the trial; why she had been nicknamed 'The Sculptress'...

Despite Olive's protestations of guilt, however, Roz is convinced that she is hiding something - even perhaps her innocence. So who is Olive protecting, and why?

As Roz battles to come to terms with her own private tragedy, her determination to uncover the truth becomes an all-consuming obsession. Then she meets Hal Hawksley - Olive's arresting officer - and her confusion deepens...

Only one thing is certain. Roz will never forget the day she first met Olive Martin. It is an encounter destined to change her life. For ever.

Minette Walters: The Sculptress. Macmillan, ISBN: 0333593820 (July, 1993), 307 p., £14.99.

 

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