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'Hilda Hopkins, For queen And Country', is the fifth Hilda Hopkins machine knitting serial murder thriller in a series that is growing in popularity wherever machine knitters,a nd serial killing pensioner ladies, get together. This time Hilda narrowly escapes a hit team, bumps off an assassin while excaping to the country then has to evade capture once again after the edge of the seat climax hits its apogee.

'Classic Hopkins' says the Clapford Machine Knitting Society.
'My kind of anti-heroine', Wormwood Scrubs Ladies Prison Literary Society.

Published: StreetWise Publications on
ISBN: 9781466082373
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