Blame the Dead

A&C Black
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'Lyall at his fleet and fearful best' Chicago Tribune

When Martin Fenwick – rich, respected, loved – is murdered, his bodyguard James Card goes on the hunt for his killers. His only clue, a small package wrapped in plain brown paper, will send Card on a relentless manhunt across international borders and into the clutches of death.

Young, beautiful, and very much alive, Lois Fenwick is oddly without sorrow over her husband's death. David Fenwick, the surviving son, is determined to find his father's murderer, and will risk his own life to find them.

Card is a man used to action, but now he must unearth the deadly secret that sent his boss on a rendezvous with a bullet.
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About the author

Gavin Lyall (1932-2003) was a Royal Airforce pilot, journalist, and prolific author of spy and aviation thrillers.

His years as a Royal Air Force pilot lent his fast paced, tautly written aviation thrillers authenticity. His first novel, The Wrong Side of the Sky, was inspired by his personal experiences in the Libyan and Greece and became an international bestseller. He also worked as a journalist, first with the Picture Post and the BBC, then as the Sunday Times' aviation correspondent.
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Publisher
A&C Black
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Published on
Sep 28, 2011
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Pages
374
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ISBN
9781448202171
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Thrillers / Espionage
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