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On a sultry afternoon in 1936, a woman accidentally interrupts an attempted murder in a London hotel room. Nina Land, a West End actress, faces a dilemma: She's not supposed to be at the hotel and certainly not with a married man. But once it becomes apparent that she may have seen the face of the man the newspapers have dubbed "the Tie-Pin Killer", she realises that other people's lives could be at stake.

©2015 Anthony Quinn (P)2015 W F Howes Ltd

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  • Ms. C. M. O'meara
  • 05-15-16

character addiction.

I read Freya first which is a follow up to this book I believe and I was thrilled to find some of the same characters. I really enjoyed this book also and would highly recommend it.

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  • Bradly Pee
  • 09-09-15

Brilliantly read

I liked it in the end. Took a while but it's brilliant. And lovely. And forgiving.

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  • Philip
  • 06-10-17

Freya's poorer prequel

Bought this having listened to the marvellous 'Freya'. It's set 10 years earlier, maybe written 10 years earlier as it's a very different kettle of fish. Much more of a period whodunnit, glad I read Freya first (which is very highly recommended) as this would not have lured me in.