Hide and Go Seek



Gwenda was beautiful and pregnant Susan was beautiful and rich Alan was engaged to marry both When he decided he d rather be rich than a father, he was faced with a dilemma How could he get off the hook with Gwenda who would make a fuss without losing Susan, who would be furious if she found out Murder was one possible solution, but it might not work Then Alan came up with a better scheme a perfect murder Download Hide and Go Seek By Andrew Garve – tiffanydaniels.co.ukHide and Go Seek

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  • Paperback
  • 263 pages
  • Hide and Go Seek
  • Andrew Garve
  • English
  • 21 February 2017
  • 1842621793

10 thoughts on “Hide and Go Seek

  1. says:

    This is the US title for Murderer s Fen Ingenious.

  2. says:

    What a great story from the ever reliable Andrew Garve Murderer s Fen is the tale of a murder planned by Alan Hunt smooth talking salesman and all round con man It s not a whodunit, but a how s he going to get away with it , told in Garve s trademark laconic style I love the easy to read approach and his hallmark light touch.Unusually for the bulk of crime fiction even good crime fiction , the plot hinges on the police not being stupid, with them actually doing some detecting and synthesi What a great story from the ever reliable Andrew Garve Murderer s Fen is the tale of a murder planned by Alan Hunt smooth talking salesman and all round con man It s not a whodunit, but a how s he going to get away with it , told in Garve s trademark laconic style I love the easy to read approach and his hallmark light touch.Unusually for the bulk of crime fiction even good crime fiction , the plot hinges on the police not being stupid, with them actually doing some detecting and synthesising of clues and other information So often these days the...

  3. says:

    The plot brought Agatha Christie to mind.

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