The Long Firm Trilogy
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The Long Firm Trilogy

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Paperback, 889 pages
Published September 26th 2005 by Sceptre
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James
I read The Long Firm years ago, and have finally finished off the trilogy with He Kills Coppers and truecrime, both of which were excellent.
Katherine
a page turner from start to finish, beautifully written and observed.
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Great read and an author that can be depended on to produce page turners that are worth getting engrossed in.
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Jake Arnott is a British novelist, author of The Long Firm and four other novels. In 2005 Arnott was ranked one of Britain's 100 most influential gay and lesbian people; but since 2005 he has been in a heterosexual relationship with the formerly lesbian writer and novelist, Stephanie Theobald. In May 2001 he was included in a list of the fifty most influential gay men in Britain it was declared th...more
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