The Ten Word Game by Jonathan Gash

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A mystery in the long-running series featuring the well-known antiques "divvy" and general bad boy, Lovejoy.

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Jonathan Gash lives in Essex, England.
Published January 10, 2003 by Allison & Busby. 242 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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Naturally, his affection for both gets him into hot water again, this time landing him aboard the Melissa, a Russia-bound cruise ship peopled with antique lovers and experts and a sizeable contingent determined to harness the divvy’s talent to relieve Leningrad’s Hermitage Museum of scads of Old ...

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Much of the mystery in this delightful cruise jaunt is through Lovejoy's own eyes, discovering what is the real antique that this group wants to have Lovejoy steal for them and at what expense.

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Lovejoy hides in plain sight accepting a low paying job that he could define in his ten word descriptions as: hard, stinky with no financial or otherwise satisfaction, but safe.

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