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The twenty-year death

Author: Ariel S Winter
Publisher: London : Titan Books, a division of Titan Publishing Group Ltd., in collaboration with Winterfall LLC, 2012.
Series: Hard Case Crime book, HCC-108.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : First Hard Case Crime editionView all editions and formats
Summary:
Told in the form of three complete novels that, taken together, tell a single epic story, The twenty-year death tells the tale of a young actress and her writer husband. Over the course of 20 years, violence will intrude on their lives 3 times.
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Genre/Form: Noir fiction
Detective and mystery stories
Detective and mystery fiction
Fiction
Mystery fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ariel S Winter
ISBN: 9780857685810 0857685813
OCLC Number: 792747523
Notes: "A Hard Case Crime novel."
Awards: Commended for L.A. Times Book Prize (Mystery/Thriller) 2012
Short-listed for Macavity Award (Novel) 2013
Short-listed for Shamus Award (First Novel) 2013
Description: 670 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Malniveau prison --
The falling star --
Police at the funeral.
Series Title: Hard Case Crime book, HCC-108.
Other Titles: Novels.
Responsibility: by Ariel S. Winter.

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"Bold, innovative, and thrilling - The Twenty-Year Death crackles with suspense and will keep you up late." - Stephen King  Read more...
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