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ISBN 9781405051637

Dead Simple by Peter James 1st Edition 2005


" Four Bodies, One Suspect, No Trace.  The First Case for Detective Superintendent Roy Grace."


"The stunning first novel in a gripping new mystery series, Dead Simple marks the triumphant return of one of Britain's most ingenious crime writers."


Dead Simple, the first edition of the novel by renowned author Peter James, was published in 2005. This rare book is a gripping thriller that will keep readers on the edge of their seats. The story follows the disappearance of a groom-to-be on his stag night, and the investigation that leads to shocking revelations. With James' expert writing and intricate plot twists, Dead Simple is a must-read for fans of the crime genre. Don't miss the chance to add this collectible edition to your library. 


Dead Simple is the first novel in the Detective Superintendent Roy Grace series. 

Ist Edition published in 2005 by Macmillan, 20 New Wharf Road, London. 

Hardback with dust jacket in good condition. Light foxing to outer page edges 

Size 24.5 cm x 15cm with 370  pages spread across 90 chapters.

ISBN 9781405051637


"It was meant to be a harmless stag night prank. A few hours later four of his best friends are dead and Michael Harrison has disappeared.  With only three days to the weddings. Detective Superintendent Grace -   a man haunted by the shadow of his own missing wife -  is contacted by Micheal's beautiful, distrught fiancee, Ashley Harper.  Grace discovers that theone man who uoght to know Michael Harrison's whereabouts is saying nothing. But then he has a lot to gain - more than anyone realises. For one man's disaster is anothers man's fortune. ...... Dead Simple..."


'Praise for Peter James:  Robert Goddard (author of V2,  Munich, Conclave writes:

"James has got the gift for turning mind stretching subjects into novels that are irresistably readable as well as utterly beleiveable."


'Peter James gets under the skin of his convincly flawed central characheters and turns their everyday problems into a credible nightmare."  The Independent.


Praise for Dead Simple:   'A brilliant idea, superbly crafted. A terrific page-turner.'  Jame Herbert. 


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