A Dangerous Place

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(400 Pages)
Product Number: LP3544
Released: 01 Jul, 2015
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781471297212
Publisher: W F Howes
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Description

The year 1937 finds Maisie, reeling from recent personal tragedies. The happiest period of her life has ended abruptly and after a period of time seeking solace in America and India, she decides to return home. But as her ship sails closer to England, she is overcome with fear that she is still not ready to take up her past life. She disembarks in Gibraltar, ignoring an ominous warning from the ship's captain. Gibraltar is perilous - this key British stronghold is a hub of clandestine activity, overrun with intelligence operatives, double agents, and refugees fleeing the Spanish Civil War just across the border.

Author(s): Jacqueline Winspear
Series: A Maisie Dobbs Mystery Series No:11
Original Publish Date: 01 Jul, 2015

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eBook
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Author(s): Jacqueline Winspear
Genre: Crime
Product Number WEB22482
Released: 23 Apr, 2015
Business Term: Multiuse 75 Circ
Publisher: Allison & Busby
ISBN: #9780749018870
MP3 CD
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Author(s): Jacqueline Winspear
Narrator(s): Julie Teal
Series:
Product Number MPCD1075
Released: 01 Oct, 2015
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Publisher: W F Howes
ISBN: #9781510011908
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Author(s): Jacqueline Winspear
Narrator(s): Julie Teal
Series:
Product Number D4085
Released: 01 Jan, 2016
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Publisher: W F Howes
ISBN: #9781510016989
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Author(s): Jacqueline Winspear
Narrator(s): Julie Teal
Series:
Product Number TCM994
Released: 01 Jan, 2016
Business Term: Multiuse 100 Circ
Publisher: W F Howes
ISBN: #9781510019546
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Author(s): Jacqueline Winspear
Narrator(s): Julie Teal
Series:
Product Number LCD349
Released: 01 Oct, 2015
Business Term: Purchase
Publisher: W F Howes
ISBN: #9781510011915

Professional reviews

"Praise for the author: ‘Another winner from Winspear.’ BOOKLIST ‘Winspear elegantly weaves historical events with Maisie's own suffering—the bombing of Guernica is particularly well-done - all while constructing an engaging whodunit.’ KIRKUS REVIEWS"

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