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Party Girls Die in Pearls (An Oxford Girl Mystery) Hardcover – 1 Jun 2017
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Terrific fun and really clever! (Katie Fforde)
A masterpiece: never has intelligence been so wickedly dark, on-point and outright funny. It's also full of lightly worn wisdom and the best kind of 'I'd always thought but never managed to think it so clearly' psychological insight. I'm full of awe and admiration (Alain de Botton)
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