By Tess Gerritsen, Andreas Jäger
This can be a German translation of the ebook "Last to Die" via Tess Gerritsen. Andreas Jäger is the translator. complete description (in German below).
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Sie sind die einzigen Überlebenden schrecklicher Familientragödien. Erst wurden ihre Eltern und dann obendrein die Pflegefamilien brutal ermordet. In Abendruh, einem Internat in der Abgeschiedenheit Maines, sollen sie ihre Sicherheit wiedergewinnen und in ein normales Leben zurückfinden. Doch obwohl die Schule hermetisch gesichert ist, kommt es zu höchst beunruhigenden Vorfällen, und drei Jugendliche bangen um ihr Leben. Maura Isles, die eine persönliche Verbindung zu Abenruh hat, ist vor Ort, als die Bedrohung eskaliert …
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Abendruh (Rizzoli & Isles, Book 10) by Tess Gerritsen, Andreas Jäger