Deadly Legacy (Melissa Craig, #7)
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Deadly Legacy (Melissa Craig #7)

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Women in the quiet Cotswold town of Stowbridge are living in fear of a sex strangler. At the same time, surrounding villages are suffering a spate of burglaries, one of which leads to the death of Gloucestershire's most prolific novelist, Leonora Jewell. Crime writer Melissa Craig is persuaded to complete Jewell's unfinished novel and soon suspects that the author's death...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published May 16th 1996 by Trafalgar Square Publishing (first published September 7th 1995)
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