Blood Red - Quintin Jardine Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755340256 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Quintin Jardine / Paperback / 416 Pages / Book is published 2010-01-07 by Headline
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by - written on 01/02/12 (Very useful, 69 readings)
'Blood Red' is the second book in the Primavera Blackstone series, written by Quintin Jardine, and published in January, 2010. This is the 3rd series involving crime solving that the Scottish author has written, and this one appealed to me the most of the three from the outset. I found I had a real interest in the female lead of the series, and the setting in Spain was really a good contrast to his earlier novels set mainly in Scotland. I actually read this book first in the series. I wasn't aware it wasn't the first one, and just dived in. In this case, it didn't matter that much, as the characters were all fully fleshed and I could follow the plot of the ... Read the complete review
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