Last Tango in Aberystwyth

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Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, May 1, 2004 - Private investigators - 272 pages
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To the girls who came to make it big in the town's 'What the Butler Saw' movie industry, Aberystwyth was the town of broken dreams. To Dean Morgan who taught at the Faculty of Undertaking, it was just a place to get course materials. But both worlds collide when the Dean checks into the notorious bed and breakfast ghetto and mistakenly receives a suitcase intended for a ruthless druid assassin. Soon he is running for his life, lost in a dark labyrinth of druid speakeasies and toffee apple dens, where every spinning wheel tells the story of a broken heart, and where the Dean's own heart is hopelessly in thrall to a porn star known as Judy Juice.

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Review: Last Tango in Aberystwyth (Aberystwyth Noir #2)

User Review  - Harry Tomos - Goodreads

Enjoyed reading this it's littered with facts in amongst the fiction and littered with 30's noir in amongst the welsh hillsides. Very easy to read. Read full review

Review: Last Tango in Aberystwyth (Aberystwyth Noir #2)

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About the author (2004)

Malcolm Pryce has worked as an advertising copywriter, in London and later Singapore. During this time he created campaigns for the famous Singapore Girl, and also wrote tourist promotional advertising for the former headhunting tribes of borneo - a group of people he describes as the most civilized clients he ever dealt with. He now lives in Bangkok.

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