Dishonoured (Paperback)
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Dishonoured (Paperback)

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Paperback 304 Pages / Published: 14/01/2021
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Publisher: Serpentine Books
ISBN: 9781913874001
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 240 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm

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“I loved this!”

Crime fiction writer Jem Tugwell has written his first psychological stand-alone thriller ‘Dishonoured’ - that I found compelling, entertaining and incredibly addictive.
Dan is a successful businessman, has a... More

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Emma b Books

“Who would do that? Why? Wow!”

An exciting psychological thriller with few characters, and plenty of “who did it”.
Dan has just sold his business. He is looking forward to enjoying his wealth and spending more time with his wife and children.... More

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Marnie Harrison

“A thrilling and clever psychological thriller”

If you have seen the movie Sliding Doors, Dishonoured is a story that is based on a similar principle of what happens if we do or don’t make a particular choice. It brings to mind the question of how much of our lives... More

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