Cold Case (Bob Skinner series, Book 30) - Scottish crime fiction at its very best
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Is a killer still on the loose? The thirtieth gritty mystery in Quintin Jardine's bestselling Bob Skinner series, not to be missed by readers of Ian Rankin and Peter May. Praise for Jardine's gripping mysteries: 'Well constructed, fast-paced, Jardine's narrative has many an ingenious twist and turn' Observer Former Chief Constable Bob Skinner may have left the police service, but he's never far from a case. When his old mentor on the force, Jimmy Proud, finds himself in a desperate situation, Skinner gets pulled into a murder investigation that's been closed for thirty years. The Body in the Quarry case was well-known around Edinburgh at the time: a popular priest found dead in a frozen quarry; a suspect with a clear motive charged; a guilty verdict. But with a journalist uncovering new evidence, the cold case has come back to haunt Proud - and only Skinner can help him. With the clock ticking and his friend's reputation at stake, Skinner must uncover the truth to find out if an innocent man was convicted for murder. And if a killer is still on the loose... (P)2018 Headline Publishing Group Ltd
Praise for Quintin Jardine's novels: 'Well constructed, fast-paced, Jardine's narrative has many an ingenious twist and turn' Another cracker from Jardine...There are plenty of twists and turns along the way to keep you engrossed Very engaging as well as ingenious, and the unraveling of the mystery is excellently done If Ian Rankin is the Robert Carlyle of Scottish crime writers, then Jardine is surely its Sean Connery Deplorably readable Remarkably assured, raw-boned, a tour de force I love the Bob Skinner novels. Quintin Jardine's slick and suspenseful Edinburgh-set series has never failed to keep me riveted...starts with a bang and doesn't let up till the last sentence Gritty cop drama that makes Taggart look tame Another powerful tartan noir that packs a punch