The Guilty Are Afraid

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House of Stratus, 2000 - Fiction - 268 pages
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When Jack Sheppey ends up dead in a beach hut in a wealthy town on the coast of the Pacific, his former partner in their detective agency starts a desperate quest to find his killer. But as private investigator Lew Brandon soon learns, this becomes a non-stop, terrifying and deadly hunt that will take him right to the heart of gangster territory.
 

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More than 35 years back in past i have gone through this book of James Hadley Chase it was tremendous reading and mostly my habits to finish every thriller book at a single seating.
I can
Explain every incidence in the book written by James today also, every Character of "Guilty Are Afraid" are there live, more than thirty five years gone all characters alive here in my mind.
It is very high rated book.
Thanks James,
 

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