A Small Deceit - Margaret Yorke Reviews
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Background This is the first novel I read by this author several years ago, I enjoyed it then so I thought I would re-read it and see what it was like second time around. About the Author Margaret Yorke was born in 1924 and is a very accomplished, respected and famous English crime writing author. He first book 'Summer Flight' was Published in 1957. Since then she was written 41 other novels. In 1999 she won the CWA Cartier Diamond Dagger Award for 'The Scent of Fear'. Storyline of the Book The book is set in the late 1980's in Northamptonshire. William Adams is a dangerous and unpredictable man. ... Read the complete review
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