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By Glover, Tony; Dirks, Scott; Gaines, Ward
Little Walter was a master blues harmonica player, immensely popular and celebrated by the likes of Ray Charles and B.B. King. But at the age of 37 he was lying in a pauper's grave in Chicago: This book tells the story of his fame and early death.
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By Glover, Tony
A glamorous socialite, Marisa Lyndon, is attacked while sunbathing by her pool. Fear spreads through the exclusive gated community where she lives with her husband Jack, owner of a string of night clubs. But DS Kitty Lockwood is convinced the wrong man has been charged.
When blood and rust taste the same, somebody is going to die. The first novel by award-winning filmmaker Tony Glover sees Northumberland county copper, Kitty Lockwood, struggling to gain respect from her male colleagues while following her instinct about a property millionaire wh...o on the surface appears to have committed no crime. But Kitty won't give up and her tenacity uncovers a bloody mystery of organised crime and psychotic murder.Read more
The third book in the Kitty Lockwood series. When a young man is found hanging from a tree in Kielder Forest, Kitty Lockwood recalls the old KGB saying, `Anyone can commit murder. But it takes an artist to fake a suicide.' Kitty Lockwood seeks the truth but has her own demons to ...conquer before she can solve the mystery of the hanging man.Read more
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