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The Daughters of Cain by Colin Dexter - Hardcover - Book Club Edition - 1994 - from Manyhills Books and Biblio.com

The Daughters of Cain

by Colin Dexter

Condition: Very Good/Fair


Book Club Associates, London, 1994. Book Club Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Fair. 295 pages. Creasing and a tear to the top front of the dustjacket, some spine lean to the book. The eleventh Inspector Morse novel begins when a body is discovered in a set of rooms off a prestigious staircase in the most famous Oxford college of them all. Colin Dexter has won the Crime Writers' Association Gold Dagger Award twice for The Way Through the Woods and The Wench is Dead. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Fiction; Crime; Inventory No: 08100337..

The Daughters of Cain is a crime novel by Colin Dexter, the eleventh novel in the Inspector Morse series.




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