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by Jo Bannister

  • ISBN: 0373262418
  • Author: Jo Bannister
  • ePub ver: 1834 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1834 kb
  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 252
  • Publisher: Worldwide Library (May 1, 1997)
  • Formats: doc docx mbr rtf
  • Category: Mystery
  • Subcategory: Mystery
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Chapter Six. Jo Bannister. A Bleeding of Innocents. Since giving up the day job, her books have been shortlisted for a number of awards. Most of her spare time is spent with her horse and dog, or clambering over archaeological sites. She is currently working on a new series of psychological crime/thrillers. Part One. Chapter One.

The first in this series, A Bleeding of Innocents opens at a funeral for a dead policeman.

A Bleeding of Innocents. The other is that someone has chosen this moment, with CID already stretched, to launch a career as a serial killer. by. Bannister, Jo. Publication date. First published by St. Martin's Press, Incorporated"-T. A Castlemere mystery"-Cover. Toronto ; New York : Worldwide. Canon EOS 5D Mark II.

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Bannister's last Castlemere book was A Taste For Burning. Castlemere, an English city of about 80,000, isn't usually a hotbed of crime. From Publishers Weekly.

She said evenly, ‘How long have you been in Castlemere, Sergeant?’. His eyes were guarded. She nodded thoughtfully ve yet to offend? I don’t want. She nodded thoughtfully ve yet to offend? I don’t want to interfere with any ambitions you have in that regard. He indicated the phone. He’d come in midway through the call, tried to leave, and been firmly waved inside. Liz breathed heavily. Yes, that was Mr Hawley. He’s hiding something,’ said Donovan

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Two members of Castlemere's overworked police force, an angry Irish officer and an ambitious female cop, become allies as they investigate a string of brutal shotgun killings and risk their lives to stop a vicious serial killer. Reprint.
Comments (2)

Virn
I read Deadly Virtues and it wasn't bad at all so I tried another one by the same author. It was so simpleminded and obvious that first I thought I had stumbled across a "young adults" book, but eventually I came to the conclusion that it was just a pretentious, ungrammatical, badly written catastrophe.
Skunk Black
This is my first "Jo Bannister" but I'm looking forward to reading more of her work. This is one of the better-plotted mysteries I've read, although I can't say it was difficult for a serious reader of mysteries to stay ahead of the detectives through much of the book -- a few red herrings would have helped.

The plot of this police procedural involves the brutal late-at-night-in-the-country murder of a young nurse by a stranger with a shotgun. The husband is the first suspect, since husbands are often the killers of wives and he was with her when it happened and yet wasn't killed himself. Eventually another similar death occurs, and since there's a connection of sorts between the two victims, the police have another avenue to pursue.

Will they catch the killer before he kills again?

At the same time, there's a plot involving a police detective who was run down and killed. Donovan, the detective's hot-headed and uncompromising sergeant (who was with the detective at the time and also injured), is obsessed with nailing the killer -- whom he believes is a local gangster named Jack Carney. He's not the easiest person to supervise, and the "temp" detective, a woman brought in from another area, has to try to solve the shotgun killings while resolving some issues with Donovan. Donovan has to solve the shotgun killings and ALSO the hit and run death of his inspector.

All told, it moves right along, and in the end, all makes sense. If I had any complaints, it would be that too often I was not as surprised as I would have liked to have been.

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