The coat was expensive. A woman's cashmere coat with the maker's name 'Margo' prominently displayed, it was dropped into the back of Paul Temple's car - possibly by the people responsible for the kidnapping of his wife. A little while later a second 'Margo' coat surfaced - literally. Sodden and stained, it was worn by a woman who had been brutally strangled and thrown into the Thames. 'Ask her about the coat,' were the words that puzzled Temple. Words spoken in terror by a dying man... Toby Stephens reads this complete, full-length Paul Temple novel, by Francis Durbridge.
by Francis Durbridge
by Dick Francis
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