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M. J. McGrath - Author

M. J. McGrath was born in Essex. As Melanie McGrath she is the author of critically acclaimed, bestselling non-fiction (Silvertown and The Long Exile) and won the John Llewelyn-Rhys/Mail on Sunday award for Best New British and Commonwealth Writer under 35, for her first book Motel Nirvana. She writes for the national press and is a regular broadcaster on radio. Melanie lives and works in London. White Heat is her first novel.

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White Heat by M. J. McGrath
White Heat
M. J. McGrath
A hypnotic detective adventure story set in the mysterious Arctic.
Format: Paperback - Released: 01/01/1970

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