Improving the Silence - Peter Turnbull Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847511848 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Peter Turnbull / Edition: Reprint / Paperback / 192 Pages / Book is published ... more
Newest Review: ... have to say this is definitely the best for me. Maybe it's an author maturing and getting better with age, as this is his ... more
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Peter Turnbull Improving the Silence
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by - written on 01/01/11 (Very useful, 100 readings)
==Background:== I found this book through the Internet several weeks ago. Having read the description and summary I decided it was something I would enjoy. As it was not in a sale I decided to check out my High Street, where I managed to purchase it at half price the listed retail price which was a real bonus. ==About the author:== Peter Turnbull is a very successful British author. He specialises in Crime and Mystery novels. With these being favourabably compared to authors such as John Harvey and Peter Robinson. So far he has written 49 books with his Hennessey and Yellich series of Detective stories being the most well ... Read the complete review
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