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A terrified, frozen child is found close to death on an icy Cape Town mountainside. But no one reported her missing. Who does she belong to?

Profiler Dr Clare Hart is baffled - but when a young woman disappears, Clare sees a frightening pattern beginning to emerge. Rosa is a gifted but troubled young cellist, and her grandfather is at his wits end. Why did she walk out of her music school that day? Where has she gone now?

As winter tightens its grip, Clare must find Rosa and unravel her secrets.

©2016 Margie Orford (P)2016 Oakhill Publishing

Critic reviews

"Orford plots so brilliantly that to stop reading is as harrowing as to carry on." (Telegraph)
"Orford writes with verve and a crackling energy." (The Weekender)
"Water Music is fascinated with the way cultural and political pressures affect criminal behavior.... Orford has a rare ability to get under the skin of the genre's conventions." (Irish Times)
"I loved the twists and turns of this book, and the truly unknowable nature of the next chapter." (The Bookseller)

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