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Easton Public Library LP TODD (Text to phone) 37777115255101 Adult Fiction Large Type Available -

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Originally published: New York : William Morrow, c2011.
Summary, etc.:
Intrepid Scotland Yard detective Ian Rutledge investigates the Sussex village murders of three former soldiers, a case that puts Rutledge's career and life on the line.
Subject: Rutledge, Ian (Fictitious character) > Fiction.
Police > England > Fiction.
World War, 1914-1918 > Veterans > Fiction.
Murder > Investigation > England > Sussex > Fiction.
Villages > England > Sussex > Fiction.
Large type books.
Sussex (England) > Fiction.
Genre: Mystery fiction.
Historical fiction.

Syndetic Solutions - Author Notes for ISBN Number 9780062017727
A Lonely Death : An Inspector Ian Rutledge Mystery
A Lonely Death : An Inspector Ian Rutledge Mystery
by Todd, Charles
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A Lonely Death : An Inspector Ian Rutledge Mystery

Charles Todd is a pen name for Charles and Caroline Todd, a mother and son writing team. Caroline received a BA in English literature and history and a Masters in international relations. Charles received a BA in communication studies with an emphasis on business management, and a culinary arts degree. They have written numerous novels including Bess Crawford Mystery series and the Inspector Ian Rutledge Mystery series. (Bowker Author Biography) Charles Todd is the author of three previous mysteries: "A Test of Wills," "Wings of Fire," & "Search the Dark"; with the publication of "Legacy of the Dead," Todd will be published hard/soft by Bantam Books. (Publisher Provided)


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