As Easy As Murder - Quintin Jardine Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755340299 / Paperback: 384 pages / Publisher: Headline / Published: 16 Aug 2012
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Over the past year or so, I have read a large number of books by the author Quintin Jardine. So far I have been quite a fan and enthusiastically read his offerings. The latest one I borrowed from my local library, and it is one of his more recent novels published in 2012. It is part of the Primavera Blackstone series. While I have really enjoyed this series in the past due to Jardine's fantastic description of the lifestyle of a group of people living in Spain in a village called St Marti. I enjoyed revisiting the central characters in this novel, particularly Primavera and her son Tom, but this novel did not enchant me as his previous work had. The ... Read the complete review
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