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Dance of death / Edward Marston.

By: Marston, Edward [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Marston, Edward, Home front detective: book 5.Edition: First edition.Description: 351 pages ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780749018399.Other title: Dance of death : the homefront detective series.Subject(s): Marmion, Harvey (Fictitious character) -- Fiction | Keedy, Joe (Fictitious character) -- Fiction | World War, 1914-1918 -- England -- London -- Fiction | Police -- England -- London -- Fiction | Murder -- Investigation -- England -- London -- FictionGenre/Form: Historical fiction. | Detective and mystery stories.DDC classification: 823.914 Summary: The fifth book in the Home Front Detective Series. London, Autumn 1916. When he slips out of a house in the early hours of the morning, Simon Wilder is too preoccupied to realise that he is being stalked. As he walks along the street, lights begin to dim as a warning that there's another Zeppelin attack. Guns begin to pound away as British aeroplanes attack the Zeppelin. Suddenly, it bursts into flame and lights up the whole sky. The crowds cheer as the great fireball drops slowly down and crashes in a field but the one person unable to watch is Simon Wilder. While he is staring up at the sky, he is stabbed to death and left in an alleyway. It will prove to be a very puzzling case for Inspector Marmion and Sergeant Keedy...
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Fiction MARS (Browse shelf) Checked out 22/11/2019 i2151018
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London, Autumn 1916.<br> When he slips out of a house in the early hours of the morning, Simon Wilder is too preoccupied to realise that is being stalked. As he walks along the street, lights begin to dim as a warning that there's another Zeppelin attack. Guns begin to pound away as British aeroplanes attack the Zeppelin. Suddenly, it bursts into flame and lights up the whole sky.<br> <br> The crowds cheer as the great fireball drops slowly down and crashes in a field but the one person unable to watch is Simon Wilder. While he is staring up at the sky, he is stabbed to death and left in an alleyway. It will prove to be a very puzzling case for Inspector Marmion and Sergeant Keedy...

The fifth book in the Home Front Detective Series. London, Autumn 1916. When he slips out of a house in the early hours of the morning, Simon Wilder is too preoccupied to realise that he is being stalked. As he walks along the street, lights begin to dim as a warning that there's another Zeppelin attack. Guns begin to pound away as British aeroplanes attack the Zeppelin. Suddenly, it bursts into flame and lights up the whole sky. The crowds cheer as the great fireball drops slowly down and crashes in a field but the one person unable to watch is Simon Wilder. While he is staring up at the sky, he is stabbed to death and left in an alleyway. It will prove to be a very puzzling case for Inspector Marmion and Sergeant Keedy...

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