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The Honeymoon Murders (Bill & Gerry Mudd) by…

The Honeymoon Murders (Bill & Gerry Mudd)

by Louise Brindley

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0727862774, Hardcover)

A new adventure for Bill & Gerry Mudd following Death on the Heath. Bill Bentine and his new wife Gerry arrive in the Outer Hebrides for a quiet honeymoon. It's the last place they expect Gerry, a crime writer, to find any inspiration. But as dead bodies appear, along with a Gothic Castle and an eccentric laird as suspicious as Count Dracula, the honeymoon couple are soon involved in murder and kidnapping that could threaten their lives . . .

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:16:15 -0400)

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