A beginner’s guide to breaking and entering

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My name is Al. I live in wealthy people’s second homes while their real owners are away. I don’t rob them, I don’t damage anything. I’m more an unofficial house-sitter than an actual criminal. Life is good. Or it was – until last night, when my friends and I broke into the wrong place, on the wrong day, and someone wound up dead. And now – now we’re in a great deal of trouble. Featuring crooked houses, dodgy coppers and a lot of lockpicking, ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Breaking and Entering’ is a gripping thriller about what it’s like to be young, skilled, unemployed – and on the run.

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The new Andrew Hunter Murray read is here . . . A Beginner’s Guide to Breaking and Entering is a gripping thriller about what it’s like to be young, skilled, unemployed – and on the run.

Madly fun and exciting’ Lisa Jewell
A bloody brilliant, fantastic book. It’s great, witty and pacy. I’m bereft now I’ve finished it’ Philippa Perry
Smart, satirical, knowledgable, accurate, punchy, laugh out loud funny, surprising, shocking, thought provoking … Loved it.’ Matt Chorley, The Times
‘Who knew murder could be so funny. A joyous read from start to finish. I loved it!’ Claire Mackintosh
Witty, dazzling and incredibly addictive‘ Jenny Colgan
‘Tremendous fun: a quirky, gripping and insightful novel that kept me reading late into the night.’ Elizabeth Macneal
‘A thoroughly entertaining mix of whodunnit, social satire and a cunningly smuggled-in love story. Highly recommended.’ Mail on Sunday
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Property might be theft. But the housing market is murder.

My name is Al. I live in wealthy people’s second homes while their real owners are away.

I don’t rob them, I don’t damage anything? I’m more an unofficial house-sitter than an actual criminal.

Life is good.

Or it was – until last night, when my friends and I broke into the wrong place, on the wrong day, and someone wound up dead.

And now ? now we’re in a great deal of trouble.
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Readers love A Beginner’s Guide . . .

‘Murder, intrigue and plenty of comedy’
‘I really laughed out loud in parts’
‘Huge five stars from me’
‘What a blast!’
‘If you only read one book this year, make it this one
‘Wonderfully wicked humour’
‘I kept on laughing all the way through’
‘Murder, cyber crime, and a little bit of romance – this book has it all’
‘One of my favourite reads of the year so far’
‘Refreshingly witty
‘What a wonderfully enjoyable read’
‘Will leave you smiling’
‘A fabulously written gripping story’
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More love for A Beginner’s Guide to Breaking and Entering . . .

‘This is a giddy, addictive thrill ride of a book – who knew accidental espionage was so much fun?!‘ Daisy Buchanan
‘Legit brilliant, FUN and FUNNY and I couldn’t recommend it more’ Stevie Martin
Dark, funny, and deeply twisted’ Val McDermid
‘An excellent pacy caper’ Professor Sophie Ratcliffe
‘Tremendous fun: a quirky, gripping and insightful novel that kept me reading late into the night.’ Elizabeth Macneal

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Weight 0.697 kg
Dimensions 24.2 × 16.3 × 4 cm
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