The Honeymoon Murders (Bill & Gerry Mudd) - Louise Brindley Reviews
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==Synopsis of the book:== Gerry and Bill Bentine are about to set forth on the great adventure of marriage. This starts with their honeymoon which they have planned for the remote and isolated cottage in the Outer Hebridies. As part of this unusual trek they drive up from London stopping off along the route at a few bed and breakfast establishments. This is a break the couple badly need as not only have they been preparing for their big day, but Gerry has been involved in several operations helping the Police with her knowledge and amateur Detective skills. Indeed she has been kidnapped and held at gunpoint in the past few weeks ... Read the complete review
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