Author: Barbara Vine

Gallowglass is a thrilling crime classic from the bestselling, prize-winning author Barbara Vine,,When Sandor snatched little Joe from the path of a London Tube train, he was quick to make clear the terms of the rescue. ‘I saved your life,’ he told the homeless youngster, ‘so your life belongs to me now’.,,Sandor began to tell him a fairy-tale: an ageing prince, a kidnapped p….Read More

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