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    High-rise Mystery

    £6.99
    Summer in London is hot, the hottest on record, and there's been a murder in THE TRI: the high-rise home to resident know-it-alls, Nik and Norva. Who better to solve the case? Armed with curiosity, home-turf knowledge and unlimited time - until the end of the summer holidays anyway. The first book in phenomenal new mystery series by Sharna Jackson.
    ISBN: 9781999642518
    AuthorJackson Sharna
    Pub Date04/04/2019
    BindingPaperback
    Pages256
    Availability: In Stock

    The detective duo everyone is dying to meet!

    Summer in London is hot, the hottest on record, and there's been a murder in THE TRI: the high-rise home to resident
    know-it-alls, Nik and Norva. Who better to solve the case? Armed with curiosity, home-turf knowledge and unlimited time - until the end of the summer holidays anyway.

    The first whodunnit in a new mystery series by Sharna Jackson.

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    The detective duo everyone is dying to meet!

    Summer in London is hot, the hottest on record, and there's been a murder in THE TRI: the high-rise home to resident
    know-it-alls, Nik and Norva. Who better to solve the case? Armed with curiosity, home-turf knowledge and unlimited time - until the end of the summer holidays anyway.

    The first whodunnit in a new mystery series by Sharna Jackson.

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