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Killer's Craft
by Wendy H. Jones

The DI Shona McKenzie Mysteries Book 2

A blizzard of murders in snowbound Dundee! Dead bodies proliferate. Nuns, prostitutes, and a henpecked husband! Is anyone safe? DI Shona McKenzie investigates multiple murders, unsure how many killers she is seeking. Will she succeed before the death toll mounts?
 

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