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BLACK OUT is an outstanding debut thriller from a major new talent, featuring an original new detective, Sgt Frederick Troy, the son of a distinguished Russian emigre. Children playing on an East End bombsite during the Blitz find a severed arm. This is no ordinary murdur and Troy is soon on the trail of a german espionage network leading through a labyrinth of conspiracy and betrayal.
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The first Detective-Sergeant Troy novel - set during the Blitz in London, 1944About the Author:
John Lawton is a degenerating misanthrope who lives in a remote hilltop village in Derbyshire. He is not entirely sure why. He likes T.C. Boyle, Chuck Palahniuk and Cormac McCarthy - and considers the seminal text of our time to be Myron by Gore Vidal. He is keen on the cultivation of the onion and obscure varieties of potato. He hates tories, teachers and travel (in that order) - but loves to visit Arizona, Florence ... New York ...
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Book Description Orion Books, London, 1997. Paperback. Condition: Fair. Reprint; First Printing. Ex library copy with usual stamps and marks inside. Some reading and cover creasing, missing front endpaper, some foxing to endpapers and edges of reading block. ; First printing. Nice tight copy, no names inside. Cover design uncredited. ; 352 pages; London 1944, as the Luftwaffe make their last desperate on the city, Londoners take to the shelters once more. In the East End children lead the police to a charred, dismembered corpse buried in a bombsite. This is no ordinary murder, the victim is German. For Detective-Sergeant Frederick Troy, the son of a distinguished Russian emigre, it is the start of a manhunt for a German espionage network, which will lead him into a world of stateless refugees, military intelligence, and corruption in high places. Mass Market PB. Seller Inventory # 29876
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Book Description Orion Books Ltd.-Londra, St Ives-Inghilterra, 2002. Condition: ECCELLENTE USATO. V ED. INGLESE Stato eccellente, coperta illustrata in cartoncino patinato, caratteri in argento in rilievo su piatto anteriore, cerniera stretta, tagli e pagine perfetti.V edizione. Numero Pagine 342. Seller Inventory # ZI0377-102A