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Put On By Cunning : (A Wexford Case), Paperback / softback Book

Put On By Cunning : (A Wexford Case) Paperback / softback

Part of the Wexford series

Paperback / softback

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The eleventh book to feature the classic crime-solving detective, Chief Inspector Wexford. Sir Manuel Camargue, Kingsmarkham's very own celebrity flautist, dies tragically on a snowy night.

His death is met with a ruling of misadventure and appears to be an open-and-shut-case.

However Wexford, as the investigating officer, has a few niggling doubts.

Nineteen years later, Camargue's entrancing daughter, Natalie, now a considerable heiress, suddenly reappears in Kingsmarkham.

When her fiance appeals to Wexford for help, believing that Natalie is using a false identity, the case of the Camargues is once more under investigation. Events soon take a gruesome twist and the pressure is on for Wexford to discover Natalie's true identity and to solve the mystery of the Camargue family, once and for all.

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