Skinner's Mission - Quintin Jardine Reviews
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Newest Review: ... to me is a bit detrimental to the reader's enjoyment. The series overall I do highly recommend, but I do feel the way the ... more
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by - written on 16/10/11, updated on 16/10/11 (Very useful, 93 readings)
I've gradually over the last 4 months or so been working my way through a detective series of books written by Quintin Jardine about a senior Deputy Chief Constable, Bob Skinner. I have a strange relationship for the series. Some of the books I love, this is one that sits less well in my opinion as the author does not seem to make the character act in a way that sits right with me, but never the less, I needed to read it to fill in some of the gaps in my knowledge about the series. I have read the books out of series as I have been picking them up in the library, and this to me is a bit detrimental to the reader's enjoyment. The series overall I do highly ... Read the complete review
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