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Murder at Margate — and other crimes of passion

18 May 2019

9:00 AM

18 May 2019

9:00 AM

Mr Todd is a lonely man, out of work, nursing a thousand grudges while he ekes out a living with his grown-up son, Adrian. He believes Adrian is dangerous, a threat to other people. But the real evil might be living inside Mr Todd’s head.

This is the squalid battleground set out by Iain Maitland in Mr Todd’s Reckoning (Contraband, £8.99).

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