100 Must-Read Crime Novels (Bloomsbury Good Reading Guides)

Nick Rennison

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A bold and keenly intelligent man in his early twenties. 1995 Types of plot • Amateur sleuth • historical • police procedural • thriller Principal series • Felse family. she proves to be shrewd and fearless when she accidentally becomes involved in detection. Get the unbiased info you need to find the right school. By the time she had written three novels. The Adventures (and) The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes. Inspector Cramer of the New York Police Department is Wolfe’s competitor. but his lack of physical exercise is more than a quirk.

Pages: 208

Publisher: A&C Black (September 29, 2006)

ISBN: 0713675845

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