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This exclusive, limited edition box set includes the first three books in the best-selling Knight & Culverhouse crime thriller series plus exclusive short stories. This box set includes Too Close for Comfort, Guilty as Sin, and Jack Be Nimble.
©2015 Adam Croft (P)2017 Adam Croft
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5 out of 5 stars
By Mrs. D. V. Wakefield on 20-11-17

Knight & Culverhouse Box set books 1-3

Fantastic read. Many twists and turns you never really guess who done it.
Definitely recommend this author for sure. Well done Adam Croft.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Karen Ross on 31-10-17

Sorry I chose this one!

This book is a huge disappointment as far as I am concerned. I tried to get through the first book in this trio, however, the narrator is one of the worst and his accent is really annoying. I can't get past this and understand what the book is about. Returning for one credit.

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