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By Gwendoline Butler

A guy from John Coffin's prior is seeking his exact dual brother – a deadly guy, able to homicide. yet are their identities one and a similar? From the most appraised English crime writers, excellent for fanatics of Agatha Christie. unhappy, savage and sour is what Stella Pinero says to her husband John Coffin, Commander of London's moment urban, of the homicide case which cuts into either their lives. Coffin is on the peak of his powers whilst he's stunned by way of a trip from the earlier: Inspector Harry Trent, with whom Coffin had labored years in the past, is seeking his exact dual brother- a perilous guy; a guy who may perhaps have already got killed a girl; a guy Trent fears may perhaps threaten violence to the Macintoshes, the couple who fostered the twins as youngsters. whilst Joe and Josie Macintosh are came across stabbed to demise, Coffin has to find not just their killer, yet their real identities. or even extra vital is the query putting over them all: who's this guy referred to as Harry Trent and what's he able to? the reply lies long ago- weird and wonderful, terrifyingly and horribly real...

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Fuck him! He means nothing to me, the two-faced filthy rat. He made his choice − for all the luck she brought him! I told him that God pays back debts without money, and look what happened. ’ The venom in her voice wasn’t lost on her son; he knew that no matter what she said, deep down, she still loved the man. It was the weakness of women. There had never been another man for her and at first it had not been for want of suitors. They had come thick and fast. She had had a lot to offer − not just in looks, but because she was also very well set up.

Johnny MacNamara, affectionately known as Johnny Mac, sighed. He saw exactly where all this was going. ‘Only in one eye, Cain . ’ Cain Moran laughed at that, a deep, sarcastic laugh. ‘Oh, why didn’t you say that before! He’s only half blind, then? What a cunt I am, eh? ’ Johnny Mac instinctively stood in front of Sean Bowers, attempting to defuse the situation, but Sean, a nice enough lad prone to talking before he had fully engaged his brain, said plaintively, ‘You told me to teach him a lesson, Cain.

It was only natural, David supposed. Away from family and friends, living in a vacuum, it must have been hard. Even in the poke, Cain Moran’s legend had still grown. The man had thwarted two attempts on his life, and each time he had come out on top. Not an easy thing in such a controlled environment, especially one ruled, more often than not, by the people incarcerated there in the first place. David hoped Moran was up for a few words; it would be fabulous to get his advice on life and how to best present yourself.

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