Dancers in the Wind - Hannah Weybridge (Paperback)
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Dancers in the Wind - Hannah Weybridge (Paperback)

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Paperback 288 Pages
Published: 06/10/2016

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Publisher: Urbane Publications
ISBN: 9781911129639
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 318 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 23 mm

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“Four and a half stars out of five!”

This is a very enjoyable novel which I devoured in the space of 24 hours. No scrap that, it was more like 7 hours which for me, is super speed reading. I couldn’t put it down. Once I became immersed in Hannah and... More

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“FANTASTIC!”

"Dancers In The Wind" written by Anne Coates is a brilliant British crime thriller that I found utterly absorbing.
Anne has a fabulous way of drawing you into the book and not letting you go, her hooks... More

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“An accomplished, realistic and gripping crime thriller”

Dancers in the Wind is an original thriller centred around London’s Kings Cross red-light district in the early 1990s. The descriptions are spot-on compared to my own memories of the area at that time. The narrative... More

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