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The Woman Who Wouldnt Die by Colin CotterillThe long-awaited follow-up to 2011s Slash & Burn and the ninth installment in Colin Cotterills bestselling mystery series starring the inimitable Lao national coroner, Dr. Siri
In a small Lao village, a very strange thing has happened. A woman was shot and killed in her bed during a burglary; she was given a funeral and everyone in the village saw her body burned. Then, three days later, she was back in her house as if shed never been dead at all. But now shes clairvoyant, and can speak to the dead. Thats why the long-dead brother of a Lao general has enlisted her to help his brother uncover his remains, which have been lost at the bottom of a river for many years.
Lao national coroner Dr. Siri Paiboun and his wife, Madame Daeng, are sent along to supervise the excavation. It could be a kind of relaxing vacation for them, maybe, except Siri is obsessed with the pretty undead mediums special abilities, and Madame Daeng might be a little jealous. She doesnt trust the woman for some reason─is her hunch right? What is the group really digging for at the bottom of this remote river on the Thai border? What war secrets are being covered up?
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Her most recent credits include Casualty , Holby City and Doctors. Her extensive list of stage work includes three years with Sir Ian McKellen 's Actors' Company on British, South American and Scandinavian tours and she is an accomplished watercolour painter and sells at exhibitions and by commission. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Helen Cotterill Helen Cotterill has had a long acting career since the early s with one of her first acting roles being in the H. Kershaw -produced series for Granada , The Villains in The year after, she appeared in The Brain Drain , the final episode of the first season of the Coronation Street spin-off Pardon the Expression as Beryl , a vacuous shop assistant at Dobson and Hawkes who didn't even know the name of the then-Prime Minister, Harold Wilson.