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Bored to Death in the Baltics

Praise for A Very Important Teapot:

A curiously magical thriller with suburban subterfuge and sparkle.

Helen Lederer, comedy author, actress and founder of the Comedy Women in Print Prize 

This is a thriller, a chase, a buddy story, a mystery [...] all smoothly told with hugely engaging characters, and rips along at a hectic pace.

Adrian Magson, author of Hostile State 

My goodness! What a hilarious, energetic and entertaining roller-coaster of a read this is. The pace never lets up.

Sue Clark, author of Note to Boy

Bored to Death in the Baltics


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When a bomb explodes in front of Dawson on a sunny June morning, he is lucky to escape with his life, certainly luckier than the man he is following. However, waking up several hours later in the bilges of a ship apparently heading for the Baltic Sea is quite depressing as it wasn’t how he’d planned to spend his weekend. 

Who was the man assassinated by the bomb? 

Who has kidnapped Dawson, and will Lucy Smith find him in time? 

What is happening deep underground in leafy Surrey and rural Estonia? 

Is there a double-agent in MI6? 

Who are the tantalising Sesks twins really working for? 

Can Dawson and Lucy distinguish Wright from Rong? 

And can Dawson avoid being bored to death?

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