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The Official Guide to the Sam Plank Mysteries

The Official Guide to the Sam Plank Mysteries

by Susan Grossey
The Official Guide to the Sam Plank Mysteries

The Official Guide to the Sam Plank Mysteries

by Susan Grossey



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This guide is the official introduction to the Sam Plank Mysteries by Susan Grossey.

In the guide are short descriptions of each of the Sam Plank books, the first chapter of each book, and a glossary of Regency slang as used in the books.

The books included are: "Fatal Forgery"; "The Man in the Canary Waistcoat"; "Worm in the Blossom"; "Portraits of Pretence"; "Faith, Hope and Trickery", "Heir Apparent" and "Notes of Change".

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940156483808
Publisher: Susan Grossey
Publication date: 05/07/2019
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 295,875
File size: 584 KB

About the Author

My name is Susan Grossey. I graduated from Cambridge University in 1987 with a degree in English, and then taught secondary English for two years before realising that the National Curriculum was designed primarily to extinguish every spark of creativity in its teachers. I then became a technical author, and reached the pinnacle of this profession when I was asked to document the workings of a choc-ice wrapping machine in Cardiff, while wearing a fetching blue hairnet (which I forgot to remove until it was pointed out by a cashier in a petrol station on the M4). From this unbeatable high point I moved into technical training, and one day was asked to help with a staff manual on fraud prevention. As I wrote the chapter on money laundering, I realised that here was a topic that could keep my interest for years – and so it has proved. Since 1998, I have been self-employed as an anti-money laundering consultant, providing training and strategic advice and writing policies and procedures for clients in many countries. As part of my job, I have written several non-fiction books with exciting titles like “The Money Laundering Officer’s Practical Handbook”.  However, this is not enough financial crime for me, and in my spare evenings and weekends I write fiction – but always with financial crime at the heart of it.

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