Open Grave (Paperback)
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Open Grave (Paperback)

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Paperback 288 Pages / Published: 26/09/2018
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Publisher: Bloodhound Books
ISBN: 9781912604678
Number of pages: 288
Dimensions: 203 x 133 mm

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“A very good debut!”

Thank you to A M Peacock, for hand delivering me this review copy!
As promised I have read it, very happy to review this for you.
It is a very good crime debut set in Gateshead, Newcastle & Durham area. Will... More

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“Exciting and Gripping!!”

If you like to give your brain a workout, then this is definitely the book for you!

With the discovery of two bodies, DCI Jack Lambert has a new case to work on. When this is followed by another body found in the... More

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“Great Debut”

Open Grave is the debut novel of North East author A.M. Peacock, and the first in a series to feature the main character of DCI Jack Lambert. For a debut novel this is powerful stuff. It catches the reader’s attention... More

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