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Robin Maxwell, O, Juliet (2010), about the young Italian lovers who inspired Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet. The fingers met at a point inland where they fed sea water into a sloping channel which eventually joined the Money Pit some 500 feet away. Karen Harper, The Twylight Tower (2001), featuring the sleuthing abilities of Queen Elizabeth I; #3 in the Bess Tudor mystery series. It just isn’t long enough to tell a satisfying story. How are statistics used to understand crime?

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Publisher: Four Roses & Brown Publishing (January 21, 2016)

ISBN: B01AYGCDX6

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