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Have You Considered Murder? - Inklet #49 - cover

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Have You Considered Murder? - Inklet #49

Liana Brooks

Publisher: Inkprint Press

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Summary

Jack and Rob have the witness to their crime all tied up. Literally. 
They just didn't expect her to the suggest that they murder her. 
Still. 
It provides a logical solution to their problem… Right? 
A twisty, cheeky crime story that proves brains always beat brawn. 
 

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