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The Death Of An Irish Sea Wolf

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  • Author: Bartholomew GILL
  • Publisher: Macmillan
  • Published: 1997
  • Description: Hardback, Near Fine
  • Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine
  • Edition: First
  • Ref: 2714
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First UK edition with a full 1 to 9 number sequence indicating a first printing.  In nice condition for its age.  Some tanning to pages.  The dust jacket is complete and still shows the price.  It is clean and tidy.

A Peter McGarr Mystery.

SYNOPSIS:  “No capital crime has been committed on Clare Island for over 100 years. But in a single night that was all about to change…  The inhabitants of Clare Island, just off the west coast of Eire, had taken Clem Ford to their hearts after he was washed ashore from a submarine wreck in 1945. And for fifty years Clem has repayed their kindness as the anonymous benefactor of the Clare Island Trust.  One night he hears that a strange boat has put into the harbour.  For Clem has always expected that he would one day pay the price for the cargo he brought with him in 1945.  And now Angus Rehm is back for what he sees is rightfully his…”