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A Very Particular Murder by S. T. Haymon
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A Very Particular Murder

by S. T. Haymon

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Finalist for the 1989 Gold Dagger Award. An Inspector Ben Jurnet mystery.
  closefriend | Jan 27, 2015 |
I was not convinced that what happened in the mystery could have taken place, or that people would act in this way. ( )
  Condorena | Apr 2, 2013 |
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The charismatic genius, Tawno Smith had been about to give a paper at a conference, a paper which would put him on a par with Newton and Einstein, when his father the Nobel Laureate dies and his script disappears. Detective Inspector Ben Jurnet concentrates his investigations on the friends of the Laureate and his son, particularly a lovely Israeli girl Esther Ahilar.… (more)

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