Skinner's Trail (Bob Skinner Mysteries)
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Skinner's Trail (Bob Skinner Mysteries)

Quintin Jardine

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    The original title of the book: Skinner's Trail (Bob Skinner Mysteries)
    By: Quintin Jardine
    Page 448
    Genre: Literature Fiction
    Language: Unknown
    Publisher: Headline Book Publishing
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    Repackaged with a new cover,  in this gripping third novel in Quintin Jardine's bestselling crime series Skinner is on the trail of organized crime and a cold-blooded killer First the joyous birth of Skinner?s son, then the grim reality of murder in one of Edinburgh?s prosperous suburbs. A man has been found knifed in a luxury villa. The victim had run a chain of launderettes, saunas, and pubs throughout the city, but for some time the police suspected these to be the front for a drug distribution network. Moving from Scotland to northern Spain then back to a chilling climax in Edinburgh, this complex and suspenseful thriller follows a tortuous and blood-soaked trail.  


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