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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Frederic Lindsay., & Frederic Lindsay|AUTHOR. (2012). Brond . Polygon.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Frederic Lindsay and Frederic Lindsay|AUTHOR. 2012. Brond. Polygon.

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Frederic Lindsay and Frederic Lindsay|AUTHOR. Brond Polygon, 2012.

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Frederic Lindsay, and Frederic Lindsay|AUTHOR. Brond Polygon, 2012.

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Grouped Work ID0f142434-a347-0c2f-3222-eb4e3c8a5522-eng
Full titlebrond
Authorlindsay frederic
Grouping Categorybook
Last Update2023-09-13 18:01:54PM
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    [synopsis] => After witnessing the mysterious Brond push a child off Kelvingrove Bridge, student Robert is drawn into Brond's plan to trap a dangerous IRA killer. "Brond" is a high-octane page-turner, full of political intrigue, a tale of evil and exploitation in the nightmarish landscape of a Glasgow where nothing is as it seems. Lindsay's writing is formidable and at its most thrilling and most unpredictable here. "Brond" was adapted into a memorable three-part series for Channel 4, directed by Michael Caton-Jones, and starring John Hannah and Stratford Johns.
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