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The Man Who Killed His Brother By Stephen Donaldson

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An alcoholic PI who's lost his licence; a missing girl; and a horrifying race against time ...

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The Man Who Killed His Brother by Stephen Donaldson

Mick 'Brew' Axbrewder has a lot on his mind. An alcoholic, he lost his private investigator's licence some time ago and now works in partnership with Ginny Fistoulari, a tough, capable PI with a soft spot for Brew. Brew and Ginny have an arrangement that she will never drag him out of a bar - so when she does just that, Brew knows it must be something serious. And it is. Brew's thirteen-year-old niece has gone missing. The police seem to be doing nothing - but then Brew's investigation uncovers a link with several other girls: they all went missing, sent a letter home, then turned up dead, full of heroin. Fighting the latest drinking binge, and desperate to stay off the bottle, Brew is determined to find his niece before it is too late ...

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About Stephen Donaldson

Stephen Donaldson lived in India for 13 years with his father, a medical missionary, who worked extensively with lepers; it was here that he conceived the character of Thomas Covenant. He was awarded the John W. Campbell Award as Best Writer of the Year for The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant The Unbeliever, which, with the sequel trilogy, became instant bestsellers. He is also the author of the fantasy duology 'Mordant's Need', the SF epic quintet 'The Gap', and a number of mysteries written under the pseudonym Reed Stephens. He won the World Fantasy Award in 2000.

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The Man Who Killed His Brother by Stephen Donaldson
Stephen Donaldson
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Orion Publishing Co
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