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Paul Lamond Games 3D Puzzle Ball Chelsea
11,49 € *
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Looking for the perfect gift for an avid Chelsea fan? Then look no further! The Chelsea Football Club Puzzle Ball featuring images of the 2014/2015 players and manager is ideal. The 3D Puzzle Ball, made up of 240 pieces, is 8.6 inches high, the size of an actual football! The collectable 3D Puzzle comes with its own stand for easy display. A new Chelsea FC Puzzle Ball will be released each season so why not kick off your collection today!

Anbieter: Zavvi
Stand: 13.07.2020
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Grave of Angels , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 547min
9,95 € *
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Kate Malick, a former Carmelite nun turned security professional to the stars, is dedicated to protecting her clients. Celebrities are her specialty, and right now teenage celebutante and slow-motion train wreck Chelsea Brewer is testing Kate’s devotion. A poster child for the pitfalls of childhood fame and fortune, Chelsea is careening past the boundaries of “poor choices” and into the deep waters of self-destruction. On LA’s mean streets, young lives are often cut short, and Chelsea’s is no exception. A large wager has been placed on her imminent demise and she’s disappeared. Forced underground in a desperate attempt to find her client, Kate searches the City of Angels’ darkest, deadliest corners, uncovering a tangled conspiracy of revenge and betrayal. But time is running out, and as Kate stares down the face of evil, she must quickly solve the puzzle and rescue Chelsea before the young girl’s prayers for help become her last. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Joyce Bean. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/brll/004016/bk_brll_004016_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 13.07.2020
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The Case of the Murdered Muckraker: The Daisy D...
9,95 € *
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In late 1923, the newly married Daisy Dalrymple and her husband, Detective Chief Inspector Alec Fletcher of Scotland Yard, come to America for a honeymoon visit. In the midst of a pleasure trip, however, both work in a bit of business - Alec travels to Washington, DC, to consult with the US government, Daisy to New York to meet with her American magazine editor. While in New York, Daisy stays at the famed Hotel Chelsea, which is not only close to the Flatiron Building offices of Abroad magazine, where she'll be meeting with her editor, but home to many of New York's artists and writers. After her late-morning meeting, Daisy agrees to accompany her editor, Mr. Thorwald, to lunch. But as they are leaving the offices, they hear a gunshot and see a man plummeting down an elevator shaft. The man killed was one of her fellow residents at the Hotel Chelsea, Otis Carmody, who was a journalist with no end of enemies - personal and professional - who would delight in his death. Again in the midst of a murder investigation, Daisy's search for the killer takes her to all levels of society - and even on a mad dash across the country - as she attempts to solve a puzzle that would baffle even Philo Vance himself. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lucy Rayner. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/008636/bk_blak_008636_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 13.07.2020
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The Sleeper's Mole (eBook, ePUB)
3,99 € *
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In the woods of a sleepy New Jersey town, a Russian agent is found dead in the company of a man with amnesia and missing fingerprints. Police Chief, Rip Chord, finds himself in a race against time to uncover the identity of the man with no memory, unlock the mystery in his mind and piece the puzzle together. With his only lead a piece of paper with two words, Chelsea Piers, his investigation takes him across state lines and reconnecting with his past, which eerily is linked to the present. Set in a world waking up to the new reality of a pandemic, The Sleeper's Mole is an intriguing thriller that sets the stage for a head-on collision between the superpowers of Russia, China, and the United States. Rip Chord leaves no stone unturned as he must identify and engage the new agents dispatched to complete the original objective. Will he be able to stop them and escape with his life?

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 13.07.2020
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The Sleeper's Mole (eBook, ePUB)
3,99 € *
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In the woods of a sleepy New Jersey town, a Russian agent is found dead in the company of a man with amnesia and missing fingerprints. Police Chief, Rip Chord, finds himself in a race against time to uncover the identity of the man with no memory, unlock the mystery in his mind and piece the puzzle together. With his only lead a piece of paper with two words, Chelsea Piers, his investigation takes him across state lines and reconnecting with his past, which eerily is linked to the present. Set in a world waking up to the new reality of a pandemic, The Sleeper's Mole is an intriguing thriller that sets the stage for a head-on collision between the superpowers of Russia, China, and the United States. Rip Chord leaves no stone unturned as he must identify and engage the new agents dispatched to complete the original objective. Will he be able to stop them and escape with his life?

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 13.07.2020
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The Case of the Murdered Muckraker
7,90 CHF *
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In late 1923, the newly married Daisy Dalrymple and her husband Detective Chief Inspector Alec Fletcher of Scotland Yard, come to America for a honeymoon visit. In the midst of a pleasure trip, however, both work in a bit of business - Alec travels to Washington, D. C. to consult with the U.S. government, Daisy to New York to meet with her American magazine editor. While in New York, Daisy stays at the famed Chelsea Hotel, which is not only close to the Flatiron Building offices of Abroad magazine, where she'll be meeting with her editor, but home to many of New York's artists and writers. After her late morning meeting, Daisy agrees to accompany her editor, Mr. Thorwald, to lunch but as they are leaving the offices, they hear a gun shot and see a man plummeting down an elevator shaft. The man killed was one of her fellow residents at the Chelsea Hotel, Otis Carmody, who was a journalist with no end of enemies - personal and professional - who would delight in his death. Again in the midst of a murder investigation, Daisy's search for the killer takes her to all levels of society, and even a mad dash across the country itself, as she attempts to solve a puzzle that would baffle even Philo Vance himself.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 13.07.2020
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The Case of the Murdered Muckraker
7,00 CHF *
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In late 1923, the newly married Daisy Dalrymple and her husband Detective Chief Inspector Alec Fletcher of Scotland Yard, come to America for a honeymoon visit. In the midst of a pleasure trip, however, both work in a bit of business - Alec travels to Washington, D. C. to consult with the U.S. government, Daisy to New York to meet with her American magazine editor. While in New York, Daisy stays at the famed Chelsea Hotel, which is not only close to the Flatiron Building offices of Abroad magazine, where she'll be meeting with her editor, but home to many of New York's artists and writers. After her late morning meeting, Daisy agrees to accompany her editor, Mr. Thorwald, to lunch but as they are leaving the offices, they hear a gun shot and see a man plummeting down an elevator shaft. The man killed was one of her fellow residents at the Chelsea Hotel, Otis Carmody, who was a journalist with no end of enemies - personal and professional - who would delight in his death. Again in the midst of a murder investigation, Daisy's search for the killer takes her to all levels of society, and even a mad dash across the country itself, as she attempts to solve a puzzle that would baffle even Philo Vance himself. Critical Praise for The Daisy Dalrymple novels by Carola Dunn: 'Replete with well-drawn characters, snappy dialogue and interesting plot twists...Easily the best entry in a charming series.' Booklist on Mistletoe and Murder 'The period sense remains vivid, the characterizations are excellent, and the mysteries are, if anything, more perplexing than ever.' The Oregonian on Rattle His Bones 'Daisy and her husband spring into action, surrounded by historical armaments, secret rooms, hidden treasure, and family secrets. For fans of British cozies and Dorothy Sayer's novels, this is a very inviting situation.' Library Journal on Mistletoe and Murder 'Styx and Stones is a swift, deeply enjoyable read. While Dunn's influences are many, she ultimately makes this territory her own.' The Register-Guard 'Reading like an Agatha Christie thriller, Rattle His Bones is a charming look at life after the first World War.' Romantic Times 'Dunn captures the melting pot of Prohibition-era New York with humorous characterizations and a vivid sense of place, and with careful plotting lays out an enjoyable tale of adventure.' Publisher's Weekly on The Case of the Murdered Muckraker

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 13.07.2020
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The Case of the Murdered Muckraker
6,70 € *
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In late 1923, the newly married Daisy Dalrymple and her husband Detective Chief Inspector Alec Fletcher of Scotland Yard, come to America for a honeymoon visit. In the midst of a pleasure trip, however, both work in a bit of business - Alec travels to Washington, D. C. to consult with the U.S. government, Daisy to New York to meet with her American magazine editor. While in New York, Daisy stays at the famed Chelsea Hotel, which is not only close to the Flatiron Building offices of Abroad magazine, where she'll be meeting with her editor, but home to many of New York's artists and writers. After her late morning meeting, Daisy agrees to accompany her editor, Mr. Thorwald, to lunch but as they are leaving the offices, they hear a gun shot and see a man plummeting down an elevator shaft. The man killed was one of her fellow residents at the Chelsea Hotel, Otis Carmody, who was a journalist with no end of enemies - personal and professional - who would delight in his death. Again in the midst of a murder investigation, Daisy's search for the killer takes her to all levels of society, and even a mad dash across the country itself, as she attempts to solve a puzzle that would baffle even Philo Vance himself.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 13.07.2020
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The Case of the Murdered Muckraker
6,49 € *
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In late 1923, the newly married Daisy Dalrymple and her husband Detective Chief Inspector Alec Fletcher of Scotland Yard, come to America for a honeymoon visit. In the midst of a pleasure trip, however, both work in a bit of business - Alec travels to Washington, D. C. to consult with the U.S. government, Daisy to New York to meet with her American magazine editor. While in New York, Daisy stays at the famed Chelsea Hotel, which is not only close to the Flatiron Building offices of Abroad magazine, where she'll be meeting with her editor, but home to many of New York's artists and writers. After her late morning meeting, Daisy agrees to accompany her editor, Mr. Thorwald, to lunch but as they are leaving the offices, they hear a gun shot and see a man plummeting down an elevator shaft. The man killed was one of her fellow residents at the Chelsea Hotel, Otis Carmody, who was a journalist with no end of enemies - personal and professional - who would delight in his death. Again in the midst of a murder investigation, Daisy's search for the killer takes her to all levels of society, and even a mad dash across the country itself, as she attempts to solve a puzzle that would baffle even Philo Vance himself. Critical Praise for The Daisy Dalrymple novels by Carola Dunn: 'Replete with well-drawn characters, snappy dialogue and interesting plot twists...Easily the best entry in a charming series.' Booklist on Mistletoe and Murder 'The period sense remains vivid, the characterizations are excellent, and the mysteries are, if anything, more perplexing than ever.' The Oregonian on Rattle His Bones 'Daisy and her husband spring into action, surrounded by historical armaments, secret rooms, hidden treasure, and family secrets. For fans of British cozies and Dorothy Sayer's novels, this is a very inviting situation.' Library Journal on Mistletoe and Murder 'Styx and Stones is a swift, deeply enjoyable read. While Dunn's influences are many, she ultimately makes this territory her own.' The Register-Guard 'Reading like an Agatha Christie thriller, Rattle His Bones is a charming look at life after the first World War.' Romantic Times 'Dunn captures the melting pot of Prohibition-era New York with humorous characterizations and a vivid sense of place, and with careful plotting lays out an enjoyable tale of adventure.' Publisher's Weekly on The Case of the Murdered Muckraker

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 13.07.2020
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