Fatal Shadows - Josh Lanyon Reviews
Description:ISBN 1937909158 / Paperback: 196 pages / Publisher: JustJoshin / Published: 14 May 2012 / Language: English
Newest Review: ... had in mind, but in that case I would have missed a rather good story. I liked Adrien English from the beginning. He is ... more
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Josh Lanyon Fatal Shadows: The Adrien English Mystery Series: 1
Pages: 196, Paperback, JustJoshin
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by - written on 18/08/13 (Very useful, 86 readings)
Synopsis: Adrien English runs a crime and mystery bookshop in Los Angeles. It's not making him a fortune but he gets by. His life is ticking along, much like his arrhythmic heart, until his old school friend comes back into his life. When Robert Hersey is found lying dead in a back alley clutching a chess piece in his hand, suddenly Adrien finds himself the prime suspect. True Adrien and Robert were heard having a loud disagreement in a restaurant but that doesn't make him the murderer and the LAPD's finest don't seem remotely interested when Adrien's bookshop is ransacked, thinking he's trying to divert suspicion away from himself. They are equally ... Read the complete review
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