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The English School of Murder (1990)

by Ruth Dudley Edwards

Series: Robert Amiss (3)

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The death of an instructor, a mugging, and another "accidental" death has Detective Constable Ellis Pooley sending Robert Amiss undercover to investigate Knightsbridge School of English and capture the killer before anymore "accidents" occur.
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