Bangkok Blues

Norwegian editions

ISBN 8281560185
Paperback, 2005, 1. utg.
Giga forl., 387 sider
Norsk Bokmål

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Briten Ben Hoadly blir funnet med et stort hull i hodet. En nitten år gammel sniffer tilstår å ha tømt en 9 mm pistol i bakhodet hans. Politiet i Bangok er fornøyd med at saken er oppklart så raskt. Privatetterforsker Vincent Calvino er usikker på om tilståelsen har kommet helt frivillig, han han påtar seg å finne den virkelige morderen . Sterke krefter settes i sving for at oppdraget skal mislykkes. Dette er den første romanen om Vincent Calvino. © FS Informasjonstjenester

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