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Close To Home

by Peter Robinson

Close To Home by Peter Robinson
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  • First Published:
    Feb 2003, 390 pages
    Paperback:
    Jan 2004, 464 pages

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Saymie (03/10/07)

Close to Home
This book's somewhat suitable for those wide readers, otherwise, you might get bored.
A story of mainly suspense and investigation. Alan Banks, a detective inspector who has been living a life with guilt because of his friend's (Graham Marshall) mysterious disappearance, or should I say, murder.
Life could revolve around Peter Robinson's CLOSE TO HOME.
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