Oscar Wilde and the Ring of Death - Gyles Brandreth Reviews
Description:ISBN 0719569605 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Gyles Brandreth / Edition: Fourth Impression / Paperback / 448 Pages / Book is ... more
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Hardcover: 416 pages Publisher: John Murray; First Edition edition (1 May 2008) Language: English Brief Description Oscar Wilde and the Ring of Death is the second instalment of a well received series of murder mysteries by Gyles Brandreth, pitting the great Oscar Wilde himself as a super sleuth. IMPORTANT: Please be aware that 'Oscar Wilde and the Ring Of Death' is also published under the name of 'Oscar Wilde and A Game Called Murder' for the American market. You do not need to read both as they are the same book! Synopsis It's 1892 and celebrated poet and playwright Oscar Wilde is at the height of his fame. ... Read the complete review
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