The 50/50 Killer - Steve Mosby Reviews
Description:Genre. Fiction / Crime / Thriller / Author: Steve Mosby / Paperback / 496 Pages / Book is published 2010-04 by Droemer ... more
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==Background:== A few weeks ago I went to a Jumble Sale down at my local community Hall. And despite having been to many Car Boot I had never been to an official jumble sale. I was impressed at both the variety and the quality of goods on sale. Luckily there were a few stalls selling books and whilst browsing I found this one which took my fancy and at only 50p for a good quality book that looked new I thought I couldn't go too far wrong. ==About the author:== Steve Mosby is a writer who lives and works in Leeds. His first novel was written in 2003 and since then he has written an additional four books with one due for ... Read the complete review
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