The Yellow Diamond: A Crime Of The Super-Rich

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  • 304

  • 9780571288212

  • 129 mm

  • 198 mm

  • 260 gram

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  • 29 DECEMBER 2016

    Publish Date
  • 20 mm

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    Detective Superintendent George Quinn - Mayfair Resident And Dandy With A Razor-sharp Brain - Has Set Up A New Police Unit, Dedicated To Investigating The Super-rich. When He Is Shot In Mysterious Circumstances, DI Blake Reynolds Is Charged With Taking Over. But Reynolds Hadn't Bargained For Quinn's Personal Assistant - The Flinty Victoria Clifford - Who Knows More Than She's Prepared To Reveal...The Trail Left By Quinn Leads To A Jewellery Theft, A Murderous Conspiracy Among Some Of The Most Glamorous (and Richest) Russians In London - And The Beautiful Anna, Who Challenges Reynolds' Professional Integrity. Reynolds And Clifford Must...  Read More

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    Andrew Martin

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    Andrew Martin (born 6 July 1962) is an English novelist and journalist.

    Martin was brought up in Yorkshire, studied at the University of Oxford and qualified as a barrister. He has since worked as a freelance journalist for a number of publications while writing novels, starting with Bilton, a comic novel about journalists, and The Bobby Dazzlers, a comic novel set in the North of England, for which he was named Spectator Young Writer of the Year. His series of detective novels about Jim Stringer, a railwayman reassigned to the North Eastern Railway Police in Edwardian England, includes The Necropolis Railway, The Blackpool Highflyer, The Lost Luggage Porter, Murder at Deviation Junction and Death on a Branch Line. He has also written the non-fiction book; How to Get Things Really Flat: A Mans Guide to Ironing, Dusting and Other Household Arts.

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