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The Wrecking Bar

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ZusammenfassungInvestigating a series of gruesome murders, Swansea police detective, Harry Lambert, discovers the victims are a ri... Lire la suite
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Investigating a series of gruesome murders, Swansea police detective, Harry Lambert, discovers the victims are a ring of paedophiles who have been targeted by a serial killer. When the truth about the victims' years of abuse becomes apparent, it stirs up suspicions in DI Lambert's mind about his own family history...



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David Barry, well known actor, writes here as Meurig Jones. An actor for more than 40 years having started as a child actor touring Europe with Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh. He played Frankie Abbott in the 70s sitcom Please, Sir! and has appeared in countless theatre and TV productions. His first broadcast TV script was for Fenn Street Gang and in the 80s he wrote for Keep It In The Family for Thames TV. His other novels include, Each Man Kills, (Gomer Press) published in 2002 and his autobiography, Flashback (Authorsonline), published in 2006, followed by Willie the Actor (Libros International), in 2008. He lives in Turnbridge Wells and has two grown up children. Mr Micawber Down Under, published in 2011, was his first novel with Robert Hale.



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Investigating a series of gruesome murders, Swansea police detective, Harry Lambert, discovers the victims are a ring of paedophiles who have been targeted by a serial killer. When the truth about the victims' years of abuse becomes apparent, it stirs up suspicions in DI Lambert's mind about his own family history...

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Titre: The Wrecking Bar
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Code EAN: 9780709094111
ISBN: 978-0-7090-9411-1
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: The Crowood Press Ltd
Genre: Romans policiers, thrillers et horreur
nombre de pages: 224
Poids: 552g
Taille: H165mm x B241mm x T16mm
Année: 2012

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