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The Button Man

Paperback $15.95

Sep 02, 2014 | 269 Pages

Ebook $9.99

Sep 02, 2014

  • Paperback $15.95

    Sep 02, 2014 | 269 Pages

  • Ebook $9.99

    Sep 02, 2014

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“In The Button Man, Mark Pryor is at his finest, spinning a tale of intrigue and deception so thrilling you’ll stay up all night to finish it.”

Elizabeth L. Silver, author of The Execution of Noa P. Singleton

The Button Man is one of those books that’s so much fun to have waiting for you on the nightstand or desk—just sitting there, smirking at you, promising an excellent time if you’d just hurry up and get done with your chores. Terrible things, clever people, and a bit of sexy thrown in for good measure, The Button Man is well-written with a snappy pace. In short, it’s everything that makes us love mysteries in the first place.”
Jamie Mason, author of Three Graves Full

“The stunning English scenery, like the Parisian backdrops of Marston’s previous adventures, shines throughout the book, and Pryor has a particular gift in bringing the spookiness of the old country to an American audience…. Fits in perfectly with the rest of the Hugo Marston novels.”


“Full of surprises with delightful, quirky characters and resplendent with descriptions of London, the English villages and countryside, this prequel to The Bookseller is a well-written and entertaining read that will captivate both Hugo Marston fans and newcomers alike.”

Terry Ambrose, author of License to Lie

Praise for previous Hugo Marston novels:

“Once you’ve had a bit, you can’t wait for more.” — 

“Enough intrigue to satisfy every reader….” —RT Book Reviews  

“The Hugo Marston series now belongs on every espionage fan’s watch list.” —Booklist 

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