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Serpent Pool by Martin Edwards

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Also by Martin Edwards:

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The Frozen Shroud, April 2013
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Serpent Pool, February 2010
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Serpent Pool
Martin Edwards

A Lake District Mystery
Poisoned Pen Press
February 2010
On Sale: February 1, 2010
Featuring: Hannah Scarlett; Marc Amos
400 pages
ISBN: 159058712X
EAN: 9781590587126
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DCI Hannah Scarlett is determined to uncover the truth behind Emily Friend’s mysterious drowning in the Serpent Pool. But Hannah’s distracted by a new sergeant with a troublesome reputation, a new house, and new cause to doubt her partner--second hand bookseller Marc Amos. One of Marc’s best customers has been burned to death in the converted boathouse filled with priceless books. Then Hannah meets Louise Kind, sister of the historian Daniel Kind, who has just returned from America to work on a book about Thomas De Quincey and the history of murder. How are all of these elements related?

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