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Just picked up this murder mystery published 2008 by Harper Collins. I bought it on the basis of the title alone Smile

Anyone know if Craske is a professional or amateur magician? Apparently he is a comic book illustrator living in England.

So far, a very enjoyable read. [btw, please don't give away the plot, if you've read this).
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On 2010-04-26 13:13, kerpa wrote:
Just picked up this murder mystery published 2008 by Harper Collins. I bought it on the basis of the title alone Smile

Anyone know if Craske is a professional or amateur magician? Apparently he is a comic book illustrator living in England.

So far, a very enjoyable read. [btw, please don't give away the plot, if you've read this).


Never heard of it... I'm a mystery/detective fiction fan - I'll check it out. Thanks for the recommendation!
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