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On Sale: July 01, 2003
Pages: 224 | ISBN: 978-1-56947-838-7
Published by : Soho Crime Soho Press
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Maria van Buren, a beautiful, high-class prostitute, is found dead with a knife in her back in her houseboat on an Amsterdam canal. Grijpstra and de Gier must solve the murder. Her tony clients all have sound alibis. Before the murderer is caught, the detectives and their commissaris will investigate allegations of black magic, travel to Curacao, and pursue clues to a chilly island off the coast of Holland.
Janwillem Van De Wetering

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Janwillem van de Wetering (1931–2008) was born and raised in Rotterdam, but lived most recently in Surry, Maine. He served as a member of the Amsterdam Special Constabulary and was once a Zen Buddhist monk. He is renowned for his detective fiction, including Outsider in AmsterdamThe Corpse on the DikeThe Japanese Corpse, and eleven other books in the Grijpstra and de Gier series.

  • Tumbleweed by Janwillem van de Wetering
  • July 01, 2003
  • Fiction - Mystery & Detective
  • Soho Crime
  • $13.00
  • 9781569470183

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