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Arrowood

By Mick Finlay | Paperback | 2 Review(s)

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'Arrowood feels...like he's always existed, we're only now being treated to an introduction. Mick Finlay's atmospheric, detailed, singular London is a terrifying place I hope to return to again and again.' - Ross Armstrong, bestselling author of The Watcher London Society takes their problems to... read more

Format
Paperback
Release Date
23 Mar 2017
Author(s)
Mick Finlay
Publisher
Harlequin (UK)
ISBN-13
9780008203191
Dimensions
153mm x 234mm
Pages
400
Format
Paperback
Release Date
23 Mar 2017
Author(s)
Mick Finlay
Publisher
Harlequin (UK)
ISBN-13
9780008203191
Dimensions
153mm x 234mm
Pages
400

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25 Aug 2017

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Arrowood

A brilliantly conceived murder mystery debut, set in late Victorian London. Whilst Sherlock Holmes is grabbing all the headlines, our eponymous hero Arrowood attempts to help solve the cases of the less well-heeled. The poverty and grime of 19th century South London is captured unflinchingly, and the characters and plot twists and turns are engaging throughout. Let it be the first in a long series!

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25 Aug 2017

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13 Apr 2017

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A brilliantly conceived murder mystery debut - set in late Victorian London.
Whilst Sherlock Holmes is grabbing all the headlines, our eponymous hero Arrowood attempts to help solve the cases of the less well-heeled. The poverty and grime of 19th century South London is captured unflinchingly, and the characters and plot twists and turns are engaging throughout. Let it be the first in a long series!

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13 Apr 2017

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