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Released November 4, 1999
ISBN 0-340-75063-4

£65.00

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I, Richard: Malcolm Cousins has spent years in the single-minded pursuit of a priceless letter, probably written by Richard III on the eve of the Battle of Bosworth. But does he want it enough to kill for it?

The Surprise of His Life: When Douglas Armstrong has his first consultation with Thistle McCloud, he has no intention of murdering his wife. His mind, in fact, doesn't turn to murder until two weeks after consultation number four.

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Elizabeth George

Elizabeth George is an American author and Christian speaker based in Seattle, Washington.

She has authors over 80 books and gift books aimed mainly towards adult women and also young adults, teens, tweens and children. She has also co-authored 4 marriage books and 3 children's books with Jim George, her author husband.

George began writing in the early 1990s. She authored her first book, Loving God with All Your Mind in 1994. Her 1997 release, A Woman After God's Own Heart, gave her exposure and credibility, which propelled her writing career and bestseller status.

To date, she has sold over 9 million books worldwide, translated into 19 languages.

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Professionally Packed

All of our books that a have dust wrapper are covered in clear protective, removable film and are packed professionally in bubble wrap and a box for shipping so that they reach you in perfect condition.