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Bruno, Chief of Police

by Martin Walker

Bruno, Chief of Police
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    Mar 2009, 288 pages
    Apr 2010, 288 pages

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Gail (07/20/09)

I want more
What a great read! well plotted and believable characters. I can't say enough good things. I hope there are more in the works. I am going to go back a not some of the recipes for the food he cooked. Maybe without the trufflesl
Power Reviewer Lupoman (04/15/09)

Bruno, chief of police
This book is a BookBrowse Editor Choice, so I read it hoping it lived up to my expectations; and not only is this a terrific murder mystery, I did not want the story to end. The chief of police, named Bruno, is a wonderful protagonist, and kept me reading page after page after page. The story flew by and my attention was grabbed until the very end; well written! 4 stars
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