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Heather Burnside
Manchester of gritty Amazon: . Publisher at Head of Zeus .
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Heather Burnside 37m
Thanks Julie. Much appreciated. 😊
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Heather Burnside 38m
Thanks for the RT, Roger. Much appreciated.
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"She knew what had upset her; it was the fear that she had seen in Jenny's eyes." A Gangster's Grip:
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She knew something bad was going to happen. She had felt it and ignored her intuition. Danger by Association
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"As soon as Julie walked into the canteen she could sense the antagonistic atmosphere." SLUR
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Victoria Ward May 18
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Heather Burnside May 19
Thanks, Faith - love the GIF. 😊
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Heather Burnside May 19
"Now she knew what Clint Eastwood felt like when he rode into a strange town." A Gangster's Grip:
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Heather Burnside May 19
This was his sort of area; a place where the menacing and the vulnerable co-existed. Danger by Association
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Roger A Price May 18
Looking forward to meeting crime fiction aficionados at Ansdell library to chat about crime fiction, organised crime, my own chaotic time in the cops. Oh, and my novels. Should be fun.
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Linda Huber May 17
On a /c kindle deal atm If you think you're safe in a hospital - think again... "…disturbingly dark and deceptive..."
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Dominic Piper May 15
'The music starts: two slow, repeated notes on a double bass. It must be the anticipation, but the blackness of the stage, the swirling luminosity of the spooky lights and the two bass notes are already electrifying by themselves.'
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LookFab2 May 18
We hope your Friday is fabulous!
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Heather Burnside May 18
Replying to @callmeshortcake
Thanks, Julie. x
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Heather Burnside May 18
SLUR "Forgetting what she had come into the ladies for, she dashed out, screaming in horror."
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Heather Burnside May 18
"The cafe owners knew better than to complain about him smoking illegal substances." A Gangster's Grip:
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Heather Burnside May 18
He continued watching them lasciviously. It was OK to look; no-one could stop him looking.
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Max China 22 Oct 15
In the last desperate heart-thumping moments of dying, a man makes sense of his life, but can he let go? T4US
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Heather Burnside May 17
Thanks Julie. Much appreciated. 😊
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Heather Burnside May 17
Replying to @LindaHuber19
Thanjs for sharing, Linda. Much appreciated. 😊
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