Tinderbox - Jo Bannister Reviews
Description:ISBN 0727863878 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Jo Bannister / Hardcover / 202 Pages / Book is published 2006-09 by Severn House Publishers Ltd
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by - written on 18/03/09 (Very useful, 302 readings)
===Background:=== I have read several books in the past by Jo Bannister and I have general enjoyed her style of suspense/mysteries. So when I was in my local library I noticed this one, so as I hadn't read it I thought I must try it. ===About the author:=== Jo Bannister was born in England in 1951, she has been successfully writing novels for many years. Before she became an author she was a journalist before turning to her first love of writing. She has written over 30 novels; probably her most famous series are the Brodie Farrell, where the star is a Private Investigator. ===About the book:=== When Cassie Schofield ... Read the complete review
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