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The Marlow Murder Club

by Robert Thorogood
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
Release Date: 2021-01-07
Genre: Fiction
Pages: 352 pages
ISBN 13: 000823826X
ISBN 10: 9780008238261
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The first in a stunning new series introducing the Marlow Murder Club! ‘A hugely enjoyable murder mystery written with wonderful verve, humour and compassion. Utterly delightful’ Robert Webb ‘I love Robert Thorogood’s writing’ Peter James From the creator of the BBC One hit TV series, Death in Paradise
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