The Death of Corinne - R. T. Raichev Reviews
Description:ISBN 1849010730 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: R. T. Raichev / Paperback / 272 Pages / Book is published 2009-07-30 by Robinson
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When death threats arrive in the post, Corinne takes refuge at Ch ...
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The Death of Corinne is RT Raichev's second novel featuring Antonia Darcy, a now semi-successful crime writer in her forties. She is married to Major Payne as compared with being the focus of his ardour in the first novel. In this novel, Antonia and her now husband Hugo have just returned from an arduous honeymoon in France and other countries to be invited to the country house of Hugo's aunt Lady Grylls. On the cusp of their arrival one of his Aunts friends contacts her wishing to send the world famous singer Corinne to stay with her because she had been receiving death threats in the post. The singer Corinne is a woman in her fifties, still young looking, ... Read the complete review
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