#1754: Elizabeth George's “Something to Hide” | The Book Show

March 01, 2022 00:27:23
#1754: Elizabeth George's “Something to Hide” | The Book Show
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1 New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth George and Thomas Lynley, the protagonist in her Lynley mystery series, have a long history together. The publication of George’s new novel, "Something to Hide," marks the twenty-first novel in the series.

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