Exit Stage Left - Adam Croft Reviews
Description:Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Adam Croft / Edition: 1 / Kindle Edition / Book is published 2011-12-12 by Circlehouse
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Adam Croft Exit Stage Left
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by - written on 12/03/12 (Very useful, 76 readings)
In his heyday Charlie Sparks had found fame and fortune as a game show host but alas, fame is a fickle fiend and now Charlie is fat, washed up and reduced to doing stand-up gigs at small time venues. Things go a bit awry for him when he unexpectedly dies of tetanus poisoning (think strychnine poisoning) whilst performing at a local pub concurrently being attended by a chap named Kempston Hardwick. Smelling a rat, Hardwick immediately concludes murder and decides to solve the case himself on account of not being able to stand injustice in the world. Tagging along for the ride is a man named Ellis Flint, an ex-Army officer, that Hardwick had just met that evening - will ... Read the complete review
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