No Man's Land by Reginald Hill

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Reginald Hill has received Britain's most coveted mystery writers award, the Cartier Diamond Dagger Award, as well as the Golden Dagger, for his Dalziel/Pascoe series.
Published February 1, 1986 by St Martins Pr. 352 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, War, Literature & Fiction, History, Crime. Fiction

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Once the newcomers join "Viney's Volunteers" in their hide-out (an abandoned German bunker in no-man's-land), tensions escalate among the deserters: pragmatic Viney and idealistic Lothar vie for power, for Josh's adoration, while some of the others give vent to sheer greed, cowardice, or bloodthi...

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Time Out New York

Great to watch experts at work, but one of the things that militates against this portrait of professional car thieves is that they daren't show you how they do it (after Rififi, there was a rash of burglars sticking umbrellas through ceilings to catch falling plaster).

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