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A Strange Likeness
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About this Item: Applewood Books, Hardback. Condition: Fine. Marjorie Sutton Eckstein (illustrator). First Edition. Hardcover edition. This is the now out-of-print HARDCOVER FIRST EDITION of The Strange Likeness, the long-awaited Judy Bolton # Purchased new as a duplicate and never read.
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Auden, Edwin Morgan, and Seamus Heaney. Book Overview Back after 45 years, Margaret Sutton's young detective, Judy Bolton, returns for her 39th mystery adventure.
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But instead.The Likeness is a mystery novel by Tana French. Set in Ireland, it is the second volume in French's Dublin Murder Squad series. 2 Critical reception. 5 External links. The story follows the efforts of detective Cassie Maddox to determine the circumstances surrounding the death of Lexie Madison, a young woman who is her doppelgänger.
The Author: Tana French.