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There is a beautiful diamond - with a terrible curse. When Rachel Verinder is given the Moonstone - a large Indian diamond - on her eighteenth birthday, she is delighted to show it off at her celebrations. But that very night, the jewel is stolen from her bedroom. As suspicion falls on each member of the party, the curse of the diamond strikes - and ill-luck threatens to destroy them all. Will the noted detective Sergeant Cuff be able to solve the mystery? Or will the strange case of hypnotism, opium and Indian jugglers defeat even his brilliant mind?

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN: 9780141191928
Weight: 383 g
Dimensions: 181 x 111 x 36 mm

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“The Moonstone”

Mystery, suspense and twists and turns. This book has them all. The Moonstone is the story of a missing gem and the attempt to find the thief, but is stold through various narratives.There are some brilliant... More

Paperback edition
4th May 2009
Helpful? Upvote 53

“One of the best detective stories ever”

A classic detective story that opened the door for other mysteries. This book just swallowed me up and dragged me along for the ride, I was sneaking 5 minutes whereever I could to read a bit more. The concept is that... More

Paperback edition
23rd December 2010
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“Absolutely enthralling ”

Told through a series of first person narratives, it is populated with enthralling characters and keeps you guessing right until the very end; quite embarrassing to say, at certain points I was convinced I had solved... More

Paperback edition
6th December 2016
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