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The town that was murdered

Ellen Cicely Wilkinson

The town that was murdered

the life-story of Jarrow

by Ellen Cicely Wilkinson

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Published by Gollancz in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Ellen Wilkinson.
The Physical Object
Pagination287p. ;
Number of Pages287
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16719910M

Murder, She Barked was a cute cozy mystery, with animals (mostly dogs). This book gets an extra star simply because I loved the idea of a small, pet-friendly community, and the animals featured in the book.4/5().   What led to the murder of a cop in an unmarked police car in the parking lot of a saloon in Wyoming more than four decades ago? The first non-fiction release from new digital publisher NeoText.

  Murder Is Binding (A Booktown Mystery Book 1) - Kindle edition by Barrett, Lorna. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Murder Is Binding (A Booktown Mystery Book 1).Reviews:   There is a convicted cannibal in our town. Seriously. He killed his friend while drunk, then ate his jaw. 4. Guidance counselor stalked a student and tried to break into their house when they knew the student was home alone. Jail. 5. There’s a religious cult that makes up roughly 50% of the population of my town (~ people).

V. Gollancz, Hardcover. Very Good. Boards faded, marked and worn, page edges tanned, one page with an overhanging mis Title: The Town That Was Murdered: The Life-Story of Jarrow.   With Katherine Kelly. Katherine Kelly travels the UK to examine crimes that shocked the nation.


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Gollancz, Hardcover. Acceptable. pages. No dust jacket. Red cloth wit black lettering to front and spine Title: The Town That Was Murdered: The Life-Story of Jarrow.