Blood on the Tongue - Stephen Booth Reviews
Description:ISBN 000713066X / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Stephen Booth / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published ... more
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==Background:== I have to be honest and say I really do not know where I got this book. I was browsing my bookshelves and I noticed it and knew that I had not read it but could not remember ever purchasing it. I assume it was a Car Boot sale so I was curious to say the least if it had been an inspired choice or not. ==About the author:== Stephen Booth was born in Burnley in 1952. After a quarter of a century in Journalism he gave up to become a writer. He writes Detective novels and so far he has written 10 stories in the Ben Cooper and Diane Fry series. With 'Blood on the Tongue' being the third novel having been ... Read the complete review
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