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The 120 Hour Clock (Milo Turner #1)

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Milo Turner, a high-living confidence man, has known but one real love in his life, a young woman he met first as a tawny-skinned child adopted by his mentor in crime. For a man who makes his living by deception, she is just about an ideal partner. But when posing as a lost heiress to a supermarket fortune proves her undoing, Milo sets out for vengeance, in a complex schem ...more
Paperback, 136 pages
Published January 1st 2012 by Perfect Crime Books (first published November 1986)
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