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In her debut novel, Killable Hours, Pamela Eddy takes a wry look at murder, office politics and hubris among American lawyers in London.

No one is more surprised than Amy Brown when she finds Daniel Blake, the boss from Hell, dead at his desk. Skeptical at the official verdict - a fatal reaction to nuts in a box of chocolates - Amy pursues his murderer by means that are d
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Hardcover, 311 pages
Published September 1st 2002 by Five Star (ME)
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Kevin Hammond
Jul 30, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Written by a high-school classmate of mine (1974 Trinity High School, Washington, PA) I wanted to read this initially out of curiosity. Once I got started, I wanted to finish it out of pure suspense.

Pamela Eddy draws from her personal experience as a former American lawyer and English solicitor to create this debut work about Amy Brown, an attorney who can no longer deal with an outrageously over-bearing boss, Daniel Blake, at her London office of an American law firm. But coming into the office
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