Disordered Minds

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DisorderedMinds
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Author Minette Walters
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Genre Crime / Mystery novel
Publisher Pan Books
Publication date
7 November 2003
Media type Print (Hardcover, Paperback) & Audio CD
Pages 423 pp (hardback)
ISBN 1-4050-3416-5
OCLC 55695882
823/.914 22
LC Class PR6073.A444 D57 2003
Preceded by Fox Evil
Followed by The Devil's Feather

Disordered Minds (2003) is a crime novel by English writer Minette Walters.

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In 1970 Harold Stump, a mentally challenged young man, was arrested for the murder of his grandmother - the only person who ever understood him - based on scant evidence and a retracted confession; three years later, having been found guilty by a jury, he kills himself in prison. However, Jonathan Hughes, an anthropologist specialising in social stereotypes, decides to re-examine the case and, in doing so, uncovers a plethora of dark secrets that could lead him into a confrontation with a psychotic killer.

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