Some Foul Play -OSI by Rudolf Steiner

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Michael Benton seemed to have everything, a successful job, an attractive wife and children, until he is shot during a war games session with a real bullet. D.I. James Roland and D.S Patrick Mansfield are sent to investigate, and find no shortage of suspects, as well as a second body. From the author of THE SLEEPING AND THE DEAD.

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Roger Was a Curator at England's National Maritime Museum. He is an Honorary Research Fellow in the University of Exeeter Centre for Maritime Studies, and in the History Department at University College London.
Published January 1, 1997 by Severn House Publishers. 288 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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War games become fatal for a British solicitor in the sixth low-key police procedural featuring Petly village Detective Inspector James Roland and Sergeant Patrick Mansfield (A Little Grave).

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