The Obstinate Murderer

The Obstinate Murderer

Author: Elisabeth Sanxay Holding

Publisher: Black Curtain Press

ISBN: 1627555463

Category: Fiction

Page: 138

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With a beautiful country guesthouse for background, Elisabeth Sanxay Holding draws the reader into the sinister web of fear and terror that holds the occupants of the house in its grasp. Van Cleef, the detective, becomes one of the central characters in a charming romance which affords him some relief from the horrible chain of events which follows.
The Obstinate Murderer
Language: en
Pages: 138
Authors: Elisabeth Sanxay Holding
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-12 - Publisher: Black Curtain Press

With a beautiful country guesthouse for background, Elisabeth Sanxay Holding draws the reader into the sinister web of fear and terror that holds the occupants of the house in its grasp. Van Cleef, the detective, becomes one of the central characters in a charming romance which affords him some relief
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