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The golden horns

Author: John Frederick Burke
Publisher: Leicester : Linford, 2011.
Series: Linford mystery library
Edition/Format:   book_largeprint : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In wartime Denmark, Martin Slade was a saboteur, then, in post-war Europe - a smuggler. Now, burying his past - he's a respectable journalist - going back to Denmark to cover a music festival. When he's approached by his old flame, Birgitte Holtesen, he spurns her and she, instead, ensnares an English musician, Sean Clifford. Returning home to England, Martin is attacked in his flat, which has been ransacked. Then  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Detective and mystery stories
Large type books
Detective and mystery fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Frederick Burke
ISBN: 9781444808001 1444808001
OCLC Number: 751766736
Description: 1 volume (large print) ; 19 cm.
Series Title: Linford mystery library
Responsibility: John Frederick Burke.

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In wartime Denmark, Martin Slade was a saboteur, then, in post-war Europe - a smuggler. Now, burying his past - he's a respectable journalist - going back to Denmark to cover a music festival. When he's approached by his old flame, Birgitte Holtesen, he spurns her and she, instead, ensnares an English musician, Sean Clifford. Returning home to England, Martin is attacked in his flat, which has been ransacked. Then he learns that Clifford has been murdered - and his body horribly mutilated ... --Back cover.

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