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Spy's Wife
Spy's Wife
Author: Reginald Hill
Molly Keatley is deeply contented with her life, her loving husband, her comfortable home in an attractive London suburb. Things are so pleasant, in fact, that they’re ever so slightly boring, but that changes abruptly one bright September morning, when her husband comes rushing home, mutters a hasty, unexplained apology . . . and disappears. M...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780851195483
ISBN-10: 0851195482
Publication Date: 5/10/1983
Pages: 344
Edition: Large type edition
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Publisher: Chivers Press
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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If you've read his wonderful Dalziel and Pascoe series, you know Reginald Hill. He's a fabulous writer of nuanced mysteries. This is one of his early efforts and while it softly touches on the "spy" genre, it's worth reading because of his amazing rendering of the wife character. This same ability to write women comes out in the series referred to above, though the main characters are men. It's a quick, fun read and interesting especially if you like to see how writers develop their craft.
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