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P is for Peril
on 18 June 2013
Like many other people I was very disappointed at the end of this book. It did not include Sue Grafton's usual signing off "respectfully submitted " and as there 40 blank pages at the end I felt there was a misprint. Having already read similar reviews I am rather sceptical of PanMacMillan's assertion that there is no miss-print and that was how the book finished.
Has anyone read a hardback or kindle that can confirm there should be an extra 40 pages ( total 554 )please ?