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e-Book Funeral Note (Bob Skinner series, Book 22): Death, deception and corruption in a gritty crime thriller epub download

Author: Quintin Jardine
ISBN: 0755356969
Publisher: Headline; Later Printing edition (2012)
Language: English
Category: Genre Fiction
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e-Book Funeral Note (Bob Skinner series, Book 22): Death, deception and corruption in a gritty crime thriller epub download

by Quintin Jardine



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The brilliant new Bob Skinner mystery by the master of crime fiction, his most ambitious ever. After a tip-off, a man's body is exhumed from a shallow grave in Edinburgh. Murder surely, yet he died from natural causes, so, case closed? Indeed was there ever a case? But Chief Constable Skinner and his people keep on digging. Who was the man, why was he buried so reverentially, and by whom? Meanwhile corruption is discovered within the force, and an investigation launched

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An exhumed body reveals long-buried secrets in Quintin Jardine's Bob Skinner mystery, Funeral Note. Perfect for fans of Ian Rankin and Val McDermid. Murder surely, yet he died from natural causes, so, case closed? Indeed was there ever a case?

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In a tale seen through the eyes of each of its leading players, Quintin Jardine, the Crimemaster, lays mystery upon mystery until the greatest threat of all those facing the Chief is revealed, and a deadly race begins. Can he win out, or will his life implode?.

Fishpond Hong Kong, Funeral Note (Bob Skinner series, Book 22): Death, deception and corruption in a gritty . Quintin Jardine gave up the life of a political spin doctor for the more morally acceptable world of murder and mayhem.

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Perfect for fans of Ian Rankin and Peter James. Once again Jardine serves up a thriller full of action, gritty realism and sharp patter' - Darlington Northern EchoWhen an Edinburgh car showroom is torched, leaving a charred body among the burnt-out luxury cars, Deputy Chief Constable Bob Skinner wonders if a life of crime has finally caught up with one of the city's most elusive villains

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Quintin Jardine gave up the life of a political spin doctor for the more . Funeral Note (Bob Skinner Series, Book 22) by Quintin Jardine (Paperback, 2013).

Quintin Jardine gave up the life of a political spin doctor for the more morally acceptable world of murder and mayhem. Quintin Jardine was born once upon a time in the West - of Scotland rather than America, but still he grew to manhood as a massive Sergio Leone fan. On the way there he was educated, against his will, in Glasgow, where he ditched a token attempt to study law for more interesting careers in journalism, government propaganda, and political spin-doctoring.

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Mr.Bean
Strange book. Should not be the first of the Bob Skinner series to be read. Apparently(?) most of the other books in the series utilize the hero ("skinner") as narrator. Here, Skinner and an unmanageable maze of frequently indistinguishable characters alternate short narrations that purport to move the plot ahead; but serve primarily to aggrandize Bob Skinner. Skinner is allowed to present himself as modest, introspective and self aggrandizing but that works for only so long. This book is a love affair between Jardine and Skinner. This reader's reaction went from curious to suspicious to bored to embarrassed to outraged.
Ygglune
Gift for father.
Mr_TrOlOlO
For many years I have been an addict of thrillers - especially British thrillers. Quintin Jardine and his Bob Skinner novels belong to my favourites. I am difficult to surprise but must admit that his latest novel "Funeral Note" did take me aback. The novel is extremely well structured and as a teacher of English literature I appreciate the various angles that Mr Jardine uses but also his use of several plots. I have but one objection: the ending! However, I assume and expect the readers to get the answer to what happens and to whom. If you choose to buy this novel, I am convinced that you won't be disappointed. Make sure that the batteries of your kindle have been re-charged!Enjoy!
lifestyle
Jardine continues his creative approach to telling the Bob Skinner story from various first person viewpoints. Great read as usual, but the end had me cursing - WTF - it left one hanging. Fortunately, I had the next book at hand.
Modar
I am a huge fan of the Bob Skinner books so was really looking forward to this one. It started off quite slowly, but quickly accellerated into a fantastic read. I love the way the characters evolve in the Skinner books. But the end was unbelievable, a real cliff hanger, which is unusual as usually all the ends are neatly tied up, quite clever as I can hardly wait for the next one so I can find out if I guessed the outcome. I would highly recommend this book.
Mr Freeman
New to this author I loved the way he wrote from each character 's perspective to introduce the intertwined relationships to new readers. Gone back to number 1 more. Equally a great read!
Lost Python
Wonderful. Jardine only gets better as the Skinner series matures. Given the ending, you may want to have "Pray for the Dying" at hand when you finish! Jardine's character development is always good in the Skinner series, but this one really pulls it all together.
Enjoyed it, but annoyed about the abrupt and non-conclusive ending. Jardine used to be above this cheap kind of thing.