Hawthorne and Horowitz Mysteries Series 4 Books Collection Set (The Word Is Murder, The Sentence is Death, A Line to Kill & The Twist of a Knife)

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Penguin ltd SKU: LWP12171
ISBN: 9780694590117

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Enter the intriguing world of the Hawthorne and Horowitz Mysteries, a captivating series featuring a dynamic duo of detectives, as they unravel complex cases and uncover secrets that will keep you on the edge of your seat across four thrilling books.

Titles In This Set:

The Word Is Murder
The Sentence is Death
A Line to Kill
The Twist of a Knife


The Word Is Murder
A woman is strangled six hours after organising her own funeral.
Did she know she was going to die? Did she recognise her killer?
Enter Daniel Hawthorne, a detective with a genius for solving crimes and an ability to hold secrets very close. With him is his writing partner, Anthony Horowitz Together they
will set out to solve this most puzzling of mysteries.

The Sentence is Death
Secrets Can Kill
Smooth-tongued divorce lawyer Richard Pryce is bludgeoned to death at his London home.
Scrawled on the wall beside the body: the number 182.
What does it mean? And who was it at his front door just minutes before he died and while he was still talking on the phone?
Confronted with the most baffling of mysteries, the police are forced to turn to disgraced private investigator Daniel Hawthorne.

A Line to Kill
Private Investigator Daniel Hawthorne and the writer Anthony Horowitz have been invited to a literary festival on the island of Alderney to talk about their new book.
Very soon they discover that dark forces are at work.
Alderney is in turmoil over a planned power line that will cut through it, desecrating a war cemetery and turning neighbour against neighbour.

The Twist of a Knife
'Our deal is over.'
This is what reluctant author Anthony Horowitz tells ex-detective Daniel Hawthorne in an awkward encounter. The truth is that Anthony has other things on his mind.
His new play 'Mindgame' is about to open at London's Vaudeville theatre, and on opening night, Sunday Times critic Harriet Throsby gives the play a savage review.

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