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The three men got out of the car and paused to read the graffiti.
'Murdering bastards' seemed to be the recurring theme as they moved along, although 'Animals have rights too' was also popular.
Inspector Giles kicked some broken glass from the steps.
'Walt Disney's got a lot to answer f...
For fans of the golden age of the English detective story, this is a charming and quirky blend of Agatha Christie, PG Wodehouse and Gosford Park - an affectionate tribute to the classic country-house mysteries of the inter-war years.
It is the 1930s, and a house party is taking place at A...
Disney has "Mickey Mouse". Lamaar Studios has "Rambunctious Rabbit"... but the man in the rabbit suit is dead.
When the actor wearing the costume of the cherished mascot is murdered at Lamaar Studio's theme park Familyland, the executives are anxious to protect ...
If Callie Anson thought life was going to be peaceful, she was dead wrong. After one particular stormy night, her flat is deemed unliveable and she finds herself moving in with the vicar, Brian Stanford, and his wife Jane; a woman who can barely hide her dislike of the woman curate.
Mud sticks, but dead men don't bleed.
Magdalena is a woman from DI Charlie Priest's past, who comes very much to the forefront of his present when her lifeless, broken and battered body is found. The one identifying feature is the tattoo on her buttock; Property of the Pope. But who is ...