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“So who is this Skinner?”

published 30/01/2007

recognising places and realistic scenarios

had not read any previous Skinner books

I picked up this 1994 Armada paperback, at my work, where we have a kind of lending library. People bring in and take away books from the shelves for reading at lunch times or when travelling. As I was about to go to the airport and forgotten to bring a book of my own I picked this from the shelf...

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a new twist to an old favourite by moving the acti...

some characters acting a bit oddly for me, so I fe...

Robert Skinner is an Assistant Chief Constable of the police force in Edinburgh. At this stage in his life, things could not be going much better. Fairly recently married, and now a father again with his second wife Sarah, he is absolutely thrilled with how life is going, but he is still the...

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“Back and forwards”

published 13/08/2007

As it's the third book, you feel like you know the...

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This is the third book in the series and the life and times of Bob Skinner are moving on from the last book. At least nine months have passed, the book starts with the birth of James Andrew Skinner, lovingly referred to as Jazz. As usual there is a murder, or as it turns out a double murder...

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