Cliffhanger

Kobo ebook | October 3, 2008

byT. J. Middleton

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Al Greenwood lives in a bungalow by the sea. His passions in no particular order are his Vanden Plas motorcar; his well-kept caravan (perfect for assignations); and his two Koi carp. But for now Al has something more pressing on his mind. His wife Audrey has got too much and Al wants her gone. But she is tenacious despite his best efforts and Al's nosey neighbours are also beginning to sniff around. There's Mrs Poke Nose spying from the tree at the bottom of her garden; Kim the fisherman catcher of the town's oldest lobster and lover of Miranda (also close to Al's heart); and Detective Inspector Rump whose instinct for human beings comes a poor second to his instinct for fish. And that's just for starters. How will Al evade his neighbours? Can he really orchestrate a cover-up of a cover-up? And what really happened that day on the cliff? Cliffhanger is a big ride through Little England a thriller unlike any you will have read before and a stunning debut from a wholly fresh and original new voice in crime fiction. Also available only as an eBook is Cliffhanger: the Other Text the first complete unedited version. It has a number of differences - not the opening that never changed but the ending and some important bits in the middle.

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Al Greenwood lives in a bungalow by the sea. His passions in no particular order are his Vanden Plas motorcar; his well-kept caravan (perfect for assignations); and his two Koi carp. But for now Al has something more pressing on his mind. His wife Audrey has got too much and Al wants her gone. But she is tenacious despite his b...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:October 3, 2008Publisher:PicadorLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0330469541

ISBN - 13:9780330469548

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