Deaths Door (Bob Skinner #17)



Deaths Door (Bob Skinner #17) The nation s sharpest cop, DCC Bob Skinner, desperately wants to stop a serial killerWhen two young female artists are murdered in what looks like ritualistic killings, the pressure is on to find a highly professional murderer What is the link with the art world Is the killer a disgruntled art critic A twice jilted lover The arrival of the father of one of the victims, millionaire businessman Davor Boras, brings in the big guns of the Home Office, MI5 and the CIA It s not long before Deputy Chief Constable Bob Skinner gets called back to the frontline With an estranged son, a dubious assistant and connections in very high places, what isimportant to Boras business or family There s too much at stake there s going to be bloodshed and Skinner s men are at risk of getting caught in the crossfire Free Read Deaths Door (Bob Skinner #17) [ author ] Quintin Jardine [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 416 pages
  • Deaths Door (Bob Skinner #17)
  • Quintin Jardine
  • English
  • 19 June 2019
  • 0755329104

8 thoughts on “Deaths Door (Bob Skinner #17)

  1. Jim Bowen says:

    Quintin Jardine writes a number of serial style books about recurring characters One of his recurring characters is Bob Skinner, the Deputy Chief Constable for the Edinburgh area of Scotland By all accounts he s typical of most detectives these days He bends rules when he needs to, and breaks them when he has no other alternative, but unlike most rule breaking cops, is liked by those he works with and so has few of the flaws that are typically associated with the flawed detective.The proble Quintin Jardine writes a number of serial style books about recurring characters One of his recurring characters is Bob Skinner, the Deputy Chief Constable for the Edinburgh area of Scotland By all accounts he s typical of most detectives these days He bends rules when he needs to, and breaks them when he has no other alternative, but unlike most rule breaking cops, is liked by those he works with and so has few of the flaws that are typically associated with the flawed detective.The problem with this book is that Skinner doesn t appea...

  2. Pete Loveday says:

    An excellent story, well crafted and cleverly told We are taken deeply into the lives and loves of the Edinburgh Police Division and maybe their are a few too many characters, but they all have a tale to tell I enjoyed the clever building of suspense and the ski...

  3. Sheila says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Another out of order Bob Skinner mystery Two artists are dead and their bodies laid out as in some sort of ritual Investigation proves they knew each other and also had an older boyfriend in common Skinner doesn t appear too much in this book u...

  4. Mary says:

    Enjoyable read delves into a dreadful series of murders and also into an untouchable family Politics at the highest level clash with police work, but when one of his own officers die, Skinner is determined to rout out the evil however highly they are protected.

  5. Ann says:

    A good yarn, if far fetchec But I m over detective stories for a while.

  6. Chris Ellis says:

    This is easily the best book I ve read this year ok so it s only March, but still.Managed somehow, again to pick a book from a series and not even one remotely close to the beginning of said series But what a book How this has not been turned into a BBC mystery series akin to Prime Suspect is a mystery in itself It has all the right components , interesting and competent police men and women, very strong presence at the forefront, so strong that Bob Skinner the lead man in question is on s This is easily the best book I ve read this year ok so it s only March, but still.Managed somehow, again to pick a book from a series and not even one remotely close to the beginning of said series But what a book How this has not been turned into a BBC mystery series akin to Prime Suspect is a mystery in itself It has all the right comp...

  7. Zarina says:

    I had a hard time getting into the story I liked what I read of the first few pages at the library.For starters, there were too many personal stories that got me confused I was tempted to draw out who s who The writing was good but I did not like that he carried on the personal lives from book to book This is part of the Bob Skinner series.The investigation was what I interest me and I like it Plus, it involved of two artists which kindles my inspiration to paint one day The ending was w I had a hard time getting into the story I liked what I read of the first few pages at the library.For starters, there were too many personal stories that got me confused I was tempted to draw out who s who The writing was good but I did not like that he carried on the personal lives from book to book This is part of the Bob Skinner series.The investigation was what I interest me and I like it Plus, it involved of t...

  8. Bev says:

    This series just keeps getting better I love the continuing stories about the recurring characters and especially the super human skills and qualities of Bob Skinner This book 17 was compelling throughout, and by turns both funny and sad The evil characters are truly evil I found myself on the edge of my seat often One of the favourites dies, and I can t wait to get hold of the next book to see how the life of some of the others unfolds I m wearing out my Edinburgh A to Z, following t This series just keeps g...

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