Fallen Gods

Fallen Gods

Book - 2003
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The heat is on for Bob Skinner, Scotland’s most revered and, in some circles, most feared cop. His career hangs by a thread, as a recent illness gives his enemies a weapon to use against him. A body found in the detritus of a flood is identified as the hated brother whose existence Skinner has kept hidden for years. On the crime front, an incendiary device destroys a valuable painting in Edinburgh’s Royal Scottish Academy. As Skinner and his team tackle these crises, his wife Sarah—left in America, with their children, to recover from the tragic death of her parents—finds comfort with an old college lover. When fate leaves her staring at a seemingly inevitable murder conviction, Skinner will need all his fearsome resources to sort out the tangled mess of his life. But is he still up to the challenge? Lightning–paced and emotionally gripping, Fallen Gods is Quintin Jardine’s breakthrough novel.

Baker & Taylor
The discovery of the body of his brother in aftermath of a flood leads Bob Skinner, Scotland's most revered cop, on a journey into his own life as he attempts to sort out the mess he has made of it.

Publisher: London : Headline, 2003
Description: 310 p
ISBN: 076630151X
Branch Call Number: Jard


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