Richard Osman The Last Devil To Die

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(The Thursday Murder Club, Book 4)

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Code 9780241992401


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The fourth book in the record-breaking Thursday Murder Club series from British national treasure Richard Osman

The rightful king of crime’ i News

'Deeply moving... some of his best writing yet' Telegraph.

'As charming and funny as always but SO MOVING' Marian Keyes.

Shocking news reaches the Thursday Murder Club.

An old friend in the antiques business has been killed, and a dangerous package he was protecting has gone missing. As the gang springs into action they encounter art forgers, online fraudsters and drug dealers, as well as heartache close to home. With the body count rising, the package still missing and trouble firmly on their tail, has their luck finally run out? And who will be the last devil to die?

About the Author

Richard Osman is an author, producer and television presenter. His first three novels, The Thursday Murder Club, The Man Who Died Twice and The Bullet That Missed 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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'I cried in public (well, on a plane). It’s beautiful - 12/10', Marian Keyes.

'The essence of June Whitfield, Joanna Lumley, Celia Imrie, Olivia Colman and Penelope Wilton', The Times.

'This moving, tightly plotted caper is [his] best book yet; moving and beautiful', i News.

'An essential refuge from the cares of real life, 'Telegraph.

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