Philip Mordue

Philip Mordue is an author of hardboiled crime fiction. He occasionally blogs on his website PhilipMordue.com about crime fiction and literature and his debut novel The Writing’s on the Wall was published in 2014.


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The Fun of Frost

Inspector Frost is not your average P.I.: lazy, incompetent, childish, insubordinate, unkempt, old. And funny....

The Fun of Frost
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