12 edition of Innocent blood found in the catalog.
|Statement||P. D. James.|
|LC Classifications||PZ4.J2847 In 1980, PR6060.A467 In 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||311 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||311|
|LC Control Number||79028699|
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It also chronicles a justice system gone wrong. At the same time, Philippa's adoptive mother feels pushed out, neglected, and through these feelings accidentally takes Norman straight to Philippa's front door. He soon became a man with a mission, risking his career and his family's safety in search of evidence.
The protagonist, Philippa, an year-old aspiring writer who will be heading off to Cambridge in a few months, was adopted Innocent blood book age 8 by a well-to-do couple, a haughty college professor and his quavering, self-loathing wife. Books have to be heavy because the world's inside them.
The crime doesn't just happen. Mary Ducton is dead, having taken an overdose of pills. Norman concentrates on finding Philippa, finally locating her through a few phone calls to multiple Palfrey households. Norman uses this relationship to find where Mary Ducton is living and to kill her.
Innocent Blood is a novel about revenge, about family, and about learning one's own identity. Philippa returns to her adoptive parents and resumes the life she had before Mary Ducton. Bergman is transferred to a hospital but, after becoming a vampire, he is burned alive when a nurse opens the window and lets the sunlight in.
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When her mother, Mary Ducton, is released from prison, Philippa looks her up, decides to live with her in a small flat in London and try to recreate the mother-daughter relationship.
He became an expert at manipulating the criminal justice system; overall, he outwitted police, prosecutors, psychiatrists and judges in twelve cities and eight states. He gets his chance - on a trip to Italy, he and Philippa have consensual sex, just once.
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Afterward, Philippa visits her adoptive parents' home to get some money for an escape, but instead learns the truth about her adoption.
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Undercover cop Joseph Gennaro Anthony LaPaglia visits the crime scene, but is taken off his assignment of infiltrating the crime family of Salvatore "Sal the Shark" Macelli Robert Loggia and put into protective custody by District Attorney Sinclair Angela Bassett for being seen at the crime scene by the media.
Literary significance and criticism[ edit ] This section needs expansion. Also, nothing in the characters' motivations is believable. DCI Andrew Fenwick is also up against a tough case. January "P. Gennaro and Marie attempt to pursue him, but the sun rises and Marie has to retreat into a motel.
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