Just a Matter of Time
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Just a Matter of Time

3.68 of 5 stars 3.68  ·  rating details  ·  271 ratings  ·  6 reviews
An old lady's will seems to be causing quite a stir. Suddenly everyone wants to get in on the action, everyone that is, including a master forger, a hospital nurse, a young delinquent, a bank executive and, to make matters worse, a professional killer. With such ingredients, a showdown seems inevitable and James Hadley Chase adds enough suspense to keep you guessing right...more
Paperback, 226 pages
Published July 1st 2002 by House of Stratus (first published 1972)
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Another great JHC novel, with the bad guys as the main characters. In fact, almost every character in the book but the victim is evil in varying degree. A professional forger orchestrates a master plan to take the money out of a millionaire lady. He recruits a cold blooded gorgeous girl and both of them infiltrate at the lady's service as chaffeur and nurse and will forge her will. They'll wait until she dies. There's no hurry, it's just a matter of time. But things begin to get out of hand, and...more
let me finish first.
Al-amin Zanna
"Bromhead a forger and blackmailer as soon as the old woman listen to her tape the banker is losing his job bcos before his mouth is uncontrol when he is enjoying with his nice on the bed"
Chinmay Hota
Sep 17, 2011 Chinmay Hota rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Lovers of Crime Fiction
Recommended to Chinmay by: None
Just A Matter of Time will keep you engaged with the last minute reversals to the flow of events. Characters are three dimensional. Loved it.
Gregory Olivier
This was one of my favorites.
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René Lodge Brabazon Raymond was born on 24th December 1906 in London, England, the son of Colonel Francis Raymond of the colonial Indian Army, a veterinary surgeon. His father intended his son to have a scientific career, was initially educated at King's School, Rochester, Kent. He left home at the age of 18 and became at different times a children's encyclopedia salesman, a salesman in a bookshop...more
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