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Books

Crime and puzzlement in Tony White’s Oulipo-inspired novel

3 February 2018

9:00 AM

3 February 2018

9:00 AM

Tony White’s latest novel begins for all the world like a police procedural, following the delightfully named sleuth Rex King as he investigates the grisly murder of man in a Covent Garden theatre. Rex, who has a penchant for fish and chips, laments the tedium of police bureaucracy and frets over a cover-up relating to a death in custody.There

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