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Skinner's Ghosts by Quintin Jardine

Skinner's Ghosts (1998)

by Quintin Jardine

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Skinner series #7. Skinner's marriage is in trouble, his private life hits the tabloid press, and Leona McGrath is murdered, her son Mark kidnapped. Good suspenseful escape reading, lots of local Edinburgh colour. I like this series very much. ( )
  tripleblessings | Feb 2, 2007 |
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Suffering the strains of a faltering marriage, the last thing Bob Skinner needs is for his private life to be plastered on the front pages of a sleazy tabloid. To make matters worse, two brutal murders and allegations about Skinner himself make simultaneous headlines. As the clock runs out, Skinner faces the greatest test of his career.

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Deputy Chief Constable Bob Skinner, Scotland's toughest cop, believes he can put the past behind him having solved the riddle of his first wife's death. But when a woman and her son are kidnapped, Skinner knows that he will take the case personally.

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