Legacy of Lies - Jane Adams Reviews
Description:ISBN 072786470X / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Jane Adams / Edition: 1st World Ed / Hardcover / 188 Pages / Book is published ... more
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Jane Adams Legacy of Lies (Naomi Blake Mysteries)
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by - written on 02/07/09 (Very useful, 133 readings)
Background: I was looking for a new author to review and one of my friends told me to try Jane A. Adams. I like to try different authors and having read a very interesting introduction I was confident I would like enjoy reading this book. About the author: Jane A. Adams was born and still lives in her home town of Leicester in 1960. She is a woman of many talents, as she is not only a successful crime writer but also an artist and a photographer as well. Amongst her previous jobs was a lead vocalist in a folk band. This is her fourth novel featuring Naomi Blake as her star. Synopsis of the book: The death of ... Read the complete review
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