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May Queen Killers

Lorna Dounaeva

Publisher: Lorna Dounaeva

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Summary

A beauty queen is missing 
Troubled mystery writer Jock witnesses the disappearance of beautiful May Queen, Sapphire and is determined to help find her. But he soon discovers that Sapphire is not the person her friends thought she was. Is there a deeper reason why Sapphire wanted the title so badly? Did she know more about the May Queen Killers than she let on? 
May Queen Killers is a very British mystery set on the English/Welsh border.

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