The Hissing of the Silent Lonely Room by Paul Charles
(A Christy Kennedy Mystery)

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Should move Charles's series into the top rank of British police procedurals."" - Publishers Weekly. ""In The Hissing of the Lonely Room the musical tonalities of the writing harmonize with the moody themes of the story."" - The New York Times Book Review. The Camden Town detective finds himself investigating a case heavy with sudden death and intrigue and innumerable twists and turns. Part whodunit, part howdunnit, part love story.

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Paul Charles, agent, promoter, author, and fan of The Beatles, was born in Magherafelt, Northern Ireland.
Published November 1, 2001 by New Island Books. 414 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Judy Dillon, the pathetically obese nanny to Esther’s children Jens and Holmer, implicates Paul Yeats, Judy’s soon-to-be ex, who was scheming to have his sister hired on as Esther’s business manager.

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