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Drenched in atmosphere and danger, Stephen Booth's relentless new thriller builds to a shock finale that will catch even the most seasoned suspense readers off guard. DEAD AND BURIED is published in the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand by Little, Brown.
Ein tödliches Spiel gegen die Zeit beginn. Der Rache dunkle Saat . This is a book with a lot of detail, and as you go through the book you find out more about the original case and all the people involved. Der Rache dunkle Saat - eBook. A tense, gripping thriller with flushed out characters in Booth's beautiful,up to the point prose. adithyajones, July 21, 2012. At 646 pages it isn't a short read,but it is very comprehensive and was a very enjoyable read, not having read any of the other books in the series.
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Der Rache dunkle Saat. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9783442462636. Author: Stephen Booth. Category: No category.
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Stephen Booth (born 1952) is an English crime-writer. He is the author of the Derbyshire-set Cooper and Fry series. Booth was born in Burnley, Lancashire, the son of Jim and Edna Booth. At the age of two, he moved with his parents to Blackpool. He attended Arnold School in the town. He currently lives with his wife Lesley in Nottinghamshire. For over 27 years, he was a journalist for various newspapers and magazines including the Wilmslow Advertiser, Huddersfield Examiner, and the Worksop Guardian