A Rush of Blood by Quintin Jardine
(Bob Skinner Mysteries)

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A complex tale of deception and revenge leads Skinner and his people to a bloody encounter and a dramatic confrontation...The horrific suicide of a successful Lithuanian entrepreneur rouses suspicion amongst the newly appointed Chief Constable

About Quintin Jardine

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Quintin Jardine gave up the life of a political spin doctor for the more morally acceptable world of murder and mayhem. Happily married, he splits his time between Scotland and Spain. He's in the phone book in both locations, but can also be tracked down through his website www.quintinjardine.com
Published July 8, 2010 by Headline. 514 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Reluctantly, she backs off, leaving him free to cope with a villain so devious, resourceful and ruthless that he’s unsettlingly recognizable—as the mirror image of a Skinner gone bad.

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Soap opera threatens to trump police procedure in Jardine's 20th mystery featuring Bob Skinner, now Scotland's chief constable (after 2009's superior Fatal Last Words). When entrepreneur and thug Toma

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His business associates are prime suspects, and an illegal trade in east European prostitutes – something Zale may not have known about – muddies the waters.

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Even so, Skinner still isn't satisfied and kicks the case back down again with instructions to dig even deeper, and what Bob Skinner wants, Bob Skinner gets.

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