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She knew they would come for her. How long can she wait? The Wrong Girl is the second title in the Detective Pieter Vos series, David Hewson's atmospheric crime novels set in the city of canals and coffee shops.

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David Hewson is the author of 10 novels in the highly acclaimed Detective Nic Costa which are currently being adapted for TV. He is also the author to bring the highly acclaimed Danish TV crime drama The Killing to the literary market place. David's new detective crime series is set in Amsterdam, commencing with The House of Dolls, which published in 2014. Formerly a journalist working for the Sunday Times, The Times and the Independent, he lives in Kent.

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Dark and atmospheric with breathless pacing * Linwood Barclay, author of A Tap at the Window *

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