Colder Than the Grave. 1984) (The second book in the Paul Lomax series) A novel by Raymond Haigh
Colder Than the Grave. 1984) (The second book in the Paul Lomax series) A novel by Raymond Haigh. Green eyes, hair like a burning sunset: the men couldn't take their eyes off the widow at the funeral. When she told private eye Paul Lomax what her problem was, he thought she'd gone grief-crazy. He figured the case would be more hassle than a roundup on a kangaroo farm, but he needed the cash and she seemed to have stacks.
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Around us drab lines of apartment blocks rose like grave markers over Pest. I reminded him that those the Party invited to recruiting events ranked some levels higher than those tasked with standing in the cold and rain. I’ll think of you come the first dance, I said as I passed inside. Her contact’s building looked no different from any of the gray slabs scored with balconies. The elevator was out of service. I checked my coat in a grand art deco foyer.
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Bibliographic Details. Title: The Talking Clock (LIN) (Linford Mystery. Publisher: Linford Mystery Publication Date: 1990 Book Condition: Fair. 1. The Talking Clock (LIN) (Linford Mystery Library (Large Print)). Published by Linford Mystery (1990). ISBN 10: 0708968465 ISBN 13: 9780708968468.
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Raymond Haigh was born in Doncaster where he went on to work in local government design departments. He is married with four children and seven grandchildren. Haigh's crime writing spree began in the 1980s with the publication of the first of his five Paul Lomax novels. Dark Powers is his seventh Samantha Quest story.