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Limestone Cowboy by Stuart Pawson

Limestone Cowboy

by Stuart Pawson

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Very entertaining. Once again would-be artist DI Charlie Priest oversees the fight against crime in Heckley, eagerly assisted by the rest of his wise-cracking team. As with all of Stuart pawson's novels there is a strong air of complete plausibility about the nature of the crimes and the motivation of the principal characters.
I look forward to reading more of this series. ( )
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Times are good for Yorkshire DI Charlie Priest. His last murder case has been neatly sewn up, the weather is fine, and he has fallen for the charms of Rosie Barraclough, teacher of geology at the local high school. Chasing petty criminals is a low stress occupation, just what Charlie needs, but when two people nearly die after eating contaminated food from a local supermarket the race is on the find the culprit before it becomes a murder hunt.

After Rosie learns that Charlie is a detective her feelings for him change, and he discovers that she has a dark secret. A television company is trying to make a film about her story and she cooperates with them, against Charlie’s advice. He promises to help her, but sometimes helping only makes things worse...

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The sun is shining in Heckley, and the biggest case on DI Charlie Priest's books is a petty thief pinching underwear from the washing-lines of housewives. But when someone starts tampering with food in the local supermarket and two people are hospitalised, Charlie must act fast to halt a media frenzy.… (more)

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