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Do the world a favour, and other stories

  • 213 Pages
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Five Star , Waterville, Me
Detective and mystery stories, Eng
Statementby Mat Coward.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR6053.O955 D6 2003
The Physical Object
Pagination213 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3564875M
ISBN 100786243139
LC Control Number2002035944
OCLC/WorldCa50696481

Please try again later. The fourteen crime stories that make Do the world a favour this anthology are all well written fun to read.

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Do the world a favour Mat Coward provides the audience with strong characterizations whether the protagonist is a hero or a criminal so that in spite of the "shortness" the key player seems real.5/5(1).

Do the World a Favour and Other Stories collects 14 crime tales by British author Mat Coward, including ""History Repeats Itself, and It Doesn't Even Say Pardon,"" which was shortlisted for a CWA. History repeats itself, and it doesn't even say pardon --No night by myself --The set-up man --The shortest distance --Do the world a favour --Not a minute on the day --Famous for one thing --Nowhere to be found --Breathe in --But poor men pay for all --Tomorrow's villain --Bits --Old sultan.

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