7 edition of The Deadly Diamonds (Great Unsolved Mysteries Series) found in the catalog.
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They must also pit themselves against the enslaved and deadly child-army in Sierra Leone, who smuggle these diamonds into the mainstream for cash to buy weapons and drugs. Deadly Diamonds by Dobbyn, John F. -Paperback | eBay. Directed by Walter Doniger. With Gene Barry, Kenneth Tobey, Allison Hayes, William Tannen. Bat's friend, Ellie Winters, is hired by promoters selling shares in their diamond mine. Although Ellie is convinced that the mine is legitimate, Bat investigates and discovers the owners are salting the mine with high-grade quartz.
Get this from a library! Jason and the deadly diamonds. [Linda Manning] -- Twelve-year-old Jason, his friend Charlotte and her brother Squid, find magic through his great-uncle's World War II bugle as their music transports them back in time to a place near a walled city. They must also pit themselves against the enslaved and deadly child-army in Sierra Leone, who smuggle these diamonds into the mainstream for cash to buy weapons and drugs. At great personal risk, Knight and Devlin struggle to find a solution that satisfies this disparate combination of characters and, hopefully, dampens the diamond flow.
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Deadly Diamonds: A Stacy Justice Novella (A Stacy Justice Mystery Book) [Kindle Unlimited] — Barbra Annino (10 chapters) August 4, This is set between the first and second books, aas it were. I have not read from this series in quite awhile, so reading this (and the Thor short stories before,) was a trip to the wonderful past/5.
Deadly Diamonds is an intreging murder mystery involving both the city of Boston and Sierra Leon. It gives the reader a window into the diamond industry that is not normally seen, showing the slaves used to mine dionds as well as how illegal diamonds make their way into the marketplace through smuggling/5(56).
Product details Series: Knight and Devlin Thriller (Book 4) Hardcover: pages Publisher: Oceanview Publishing; 1 edition (September 3, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN ASIN: Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: pounds ( /5(56).
Deadly diamonds is about a young man Kevin O`Bryne, the son of Boston Irish mob boss Frank O`Bryne, he steals Cadillac belonging to the Italian mafia gangster, and finds a dead body in the trunk of the car.
Kevin O`Bryne is soon indicted for the murder. Attorney Michael McKnight is called into the case to try to free Kevin/5. The Deadly Diamonds Library Binding – December 1, by Laurence Swinburne (Author) › Visit Amazon's Laurence Swinburne Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Laurence 5/5(1). About the Author Denise Rodgers is the author of Deadly Diamonds, the first of the Jeweltown Mystery book series. She is also the author of two books of poetry and has been anthologized in two Jack Prelutsky collections as well as countless magazine and textbooks for children.
The Jeweltown series is her foray into the adult mystery genre/5(31). 'Deadly Diamonds' by Denise Rodgers drops you right into the action of a murder mystery. Not only are you given background as to main character Bella Blumer's long-time marriage turned sour by cheating husband, Robert, but you find yourself immersed in a world that revolves around Bella's jewelry business that she runs with her kids and sister/5.
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Not only can the plot be summed up in one sentence, but it really didn't span the whole book so there was a lot of filler. Romantic troubles, cat troubles, most of it wasn't related to the murder/5. Blood Diamonds: Tracing the Deadly Path of the World's Most Precious Stones by Greg Campbell and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Welcome to the Nick Chase and the Deadly Diamond Walkthrough.
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Look in the fountain to see there is a PAPER BOAT at the bottom. Turn on. Deadly Diamonds Wise cracking detective Len Townsend chases a champagne swilling Marilyn Monroe look alike and gets tangled in a murder he has to solve.
Funny, fast paced, refreshingly different. Their aim was to create profit, not to conquer disease. This book of social history points to a cauldron of historical events that contributed to the HIV/AIDS crisis. AIDS, Opium, Diamonds, and Empire tells the dramatic story of a financial ideology that is damaging to everything that it means to be human.
It is the story of profits over s: Huw Morgan has a new mystery to solve, someone has stolen Diamonds from the Museum. It's up to him and his best friend Carly Pierson how they go about finding. “ Deadly Diamonds takes you from mob strongholds in Boston to the diamond pits of Sierra Leone, in a plot twisty enough to leave skid marks on the : Oceanview Publishing.
The shocking conclusion to the Deadly Diamonds trilogy. Or is it. In this tantalizing tale of self-discovery and redemption, Dr. Crystal Knight-Davenport continues her crusade to capture a sinister slayer; all while trying to stay one step ahead of a.
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Get this from a library. The deadly diamonds. [Laurence Swinburne; Irene Swinburne] -- Briefly traces the history and attendant bad luck of the Regent, Bigott, Hope, and other famous diamonds.
The Deadly Diamonds. I scan the dozens of faces before me, squinting in the bright sunshine. Where the hell is he. I should have known better than to bring him to Pearl Street on a Saturday.
An angry, male voice draws my attention. “Hey, what are you doing?” The big guy shoves the costumed young man – my cousin – away from the performer. DEADLY DIAMONDS is the second taut tale John Dobbyn has given readers that combine an international pursuit of information with heart-felt tales of fellow humans.
The first that really nailed this expertise for me came with Dobbyn’s BLACK DIAMOND — a tale surrounding the death of a jockey on the racetrack.Deadly Diamonds Book Summary and Study Guide.
Pamela Troutman Booklist Pamela Troutman Message Board. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of Deadly Diamonds; Private Investigator Leonard Townsend is based in the coastal town of Rockport, Texas, and is used to dealing with local problems such as trailing wayward spouses or locating missing pets.
When. Deadly Diamonds is an exciting, well-written, colorful, and thoroughly delightful gangster story, one fit to sit on a shelf between the works of Breslin and Puzo.
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