Richard Osman The Bullet That Missed


(The Thursday Murder Club, Book 3)

Code 9780241992388

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Full of Osman's trademark charm, insight and intelligence' Lee Child.

'Tender, hopeful and funny' Marian Keyes.

'I adored this thrilling adventure. His best yet!' Claire Douglas.

'Infectious, charming and full of heart' Gillian McAllister.

It is an ordinary Thursday and things should finally be returning to normal.

Except trouble is never far away where the Thursday Murder Club is concerned. A decade-old cold case leads them to a local news legend and a murder with no body and no answers.

Then a new foe pays Elizabeth a visit. Her mission? Kill...or be killed.

As the cold case turns white hot, Elizabeth wrestles with her conscience (and a gun), while Joyce, Ron and Ibrahim chase down clues with help from old friends and new. But can the gang solve the mystery and save Elizabeth before the murderer strikes again?

About the Author

Richard Osman is an author, producer and television presenter. His first two novels, The Thursday Murder Club, The Man Who Died Twice  were multi-million-copy record-breaking bestsellers around the world. The Last Devil to Die is his fourth book. He lives in London with his wife,
Ingrid, and their cat Liesl.

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'Humour is gently threaded through every element', Observer.

'Unlike the bullet, Richard Osman seems incapable of missing', The Times.

'Delivered with the sharp wit that we associate with Osman', Financial Times.


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