Inhuman Remains - Quintin Jardine Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755348990 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Quintin Jardine / Edition: paperback / softback / Paperback / 384 Pages / Book is ... more
Newest Review: ... of view, and now I could see how Primavera felt about it all, and it was not what I was expecting. Primavera in the past has ... more
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by - written on 25/01/12 (Very useful, 70 readings)
Quintin Jardine is a scottish author who specialises in gritty crime novels, having written 33 of them since 1993. I got into the style of the author by reading several of the novels in his Detective Bob Skinner novels. I had dabbled in his Oz Blackstone series, but was less keen than I was on Skinner finding it a bit corny at times, so when I noticed the new series featuring the ex-wife of Oz Blackstone, Primavera, I was firstly confused - the last novel I had seen the character in she had died in a plane crash. Secondly, I thought it was more than worthy of my attention, as she had been an interesting and manipulative character throughout the novels in the 'Oz' series . Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
Primavera Blackstone wants to keep a low profile. After an apparent attempt on her life by her ex-husband, she is still feeling fragile, even though Mr Blackstone is now dead. Living in Spain with her seven year old son, Tom, she thinks she is safe from prying eyes, but then her Aunt Adrienne comes to visit and all hell lets lose. Adrienne asks Prim to find her son, Prim's cousin, Frank, who has been out of contact for some time and who she suspects is in some kind of trouble. Prim eventually tracks Frank down, or rather, Frank finds her, but by then Adrienne is in the hands of his enemies, the perpetrators of a massive commercial fraud. Can Prim help Frank to safety, ... Read the complete review
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