Smuggler's Moon by Bruce Alexander Paperback Book

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Author: Bruce Alexander

Format: Mass Market Paperback

Publisher: Berkley Pub Group

Published: Oct 2002

Genre: Fiction - Mystery & Detective - Traditional British

Retail Price: $7.99

Pages: 304

Synopsis

Blind magistrate Sir John Fielding investigates corruption and murder in the seaside town of Deal, which has become a haven for smugglers.

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