The Circle

The Circle

Book - 2005
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there is an arsonist in their midst who is determined to burn his victims to death. And, as he strikes again and again, Bob becomes a suspect." "To clear himself, and to save his own life, he must cooperate with formidable Detective Chief Inspector Hen Mallin who is in charge of the investigation of the Chichester murders by fire."--BOOK JACKET.
"Widowed van driver Bob Naylor is prodded into joining the Chichester Writers' Circle by his teenage daughter. Bob is very fond of writing limericks and jingles, but is afraid he will be out of his class amongst the literati. He needn't have worried." "The members of the circle come from all walks of life and practice many forms of writing, from fantasy to torrid romance to household hints. Yet there seems to be nothing about any of them to incite a serial killer. But it becomes clear that
Publisher: New York : Soho Press, 2005
ISBN: 1569473927
Branch Call Number: M LOVESEY
Characteristics: 358 p. ; 20 cm


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Nov 28, 2016

(The first book in the Inspector Hen Mallin Investigation series)


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