Delaney and so it began (Paperback)
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Delaney and so it began (Paperback)

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Paperback 200 Pages / Published: 05/10/2017
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Publisher: Bloodhound Books
ISBN: 9781912175550
Number of pages: 200
Dimensions: 203 x 133 mm

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“Wonderful”

I thought Mr Mullen had peaked with his Charlie Cameron PI series. I was wrong! Vince Delaney is a joyous character, who, after one book I have taken to my heart. How can you fail to fall for a man who's so... More

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TripFiction

“Crime mystery set in the world of the American Pageant, NEW ORLEANS”

A series debut!

PI Vince Delaney has had to forge a new future for himself after an encounter with heinous fellon Julian Boutte 6 years ago, which left his professional and personal life in tatters. At that period in... More

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“Great writing, down to earth and addictive.”

Ok let’s begin with the cover .. I think it could be a ‘Marmite’ one. (love or hate, for the benefit of overseas followers!) I actually like it, in fact it makes me rather sad but at the same time intrigued enough to... More

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