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Grave Secrets in Goa By Kathleen McCaul

Grave Secrets in Goa
by Kathleen McCaul

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Second book in this edgy new Indian-set crime series starring English journalist Ruby Jones.
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Grave Secrets in Goa Summary


Grave Secrets in Goa by Kathleen McCaul

Ruby Jones just needed to relax and take a holiday. She made a bad decision when she headed for Goa...

Famed for beaches and full moon parties, Goa is also home to one of the most famous Christian shrines in Asia - St. Francis Xavier, his body still miraculously intact after five hundred years. But when the head of the saint is stolen, Ruby discovers there's a lot more going missing in Goa than the head of the famous saint, and beyond the palm-fringed beaches is a world of smuggling, corruption and crime.

The weather is balmy, the sea is warm, but Ruby can't play at being tourist when her journalist instincts are twitching. And soon she finds herself at the centre of a lethal world turning in on itself - with deadly consequences.

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Grave Secrets in Goa Reviews


Kathleen McCaul is emerging as a stunning new voice in British mystery fiction * James Ellroy, author of THE BLACK DAHLIA and L.A. CONFIDENTIAL *
McCall's storytelling has excellent pace, and her evocation of Goa . . . is wonderfully vivid * The Times *

About Kathleen McCaul


Kathleen McCaul read English at Oxford university before travelling to Baghdad in 2003 to help start Iraq's first post-war English language newspaper. She has also worked as a journalist in Kashmir, Qatar, the UK and India - where wrote her first novel.

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GOR010180731
Grave Secrets in Goa by Kathleen McCaul
Kathleen McCaul
Ruby Jones
Used - Like New
Paperback
Little, Brown Book Group
2012-07-05
368
0749953683
9780749953683
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Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
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