Tilt-a-Whirl (novel)

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Author Chris Grabenstein
Genre Mystery fiction, Thriller
Publisher Carroll & Graf
Awards Anthony Award for Best First Mystery (2006)
ISBN 978-0-786-71781-1
Website Tilt-a-Whirl

Tilt-a-Whirl is a book written by Chris Grabenstein [1] [2] and published by Carroll & Graf [3] [4] on 20 September 2005, which later went on to win the Anthony Award for Best First Mystery in 2006. [5]

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