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A brilliant stand-alone novel dark, gritty, and compelling marking a new departure for the author - When a body is discovered in a rough grave, deep in the woods, the police find that it is of one of their young undercover officers who died nearly thirty years ago. As their inquiries from slender clues progress, it becomes clear that what they are also uncovering is a sordid tale of corruption and murder within their own ranks.
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Improving the silence Turnbull, Peter Неизвестно 9780727868411 : When the body of a man is discovered in a rough grave deep in the woods, the police find that it is of one of their young under. 2009 Язык: ENG Размер: 2. 5 x 1. 3 x . 6 cm Читательская аудитория: General (us: trade) Рейтинг
Improving the Silence. That's why Scotland's Peter Turnbull has quietly become the best in the business
Improving the Silence. That's why Scotland's Peter Turnbull has quietly become the best in the business. His detectives at P Division in Glasgow are a credible mixture of wisdom and humanity, doing the dog work and coming up with the occasional flashes of insight that open new doors. To slow down identification of the body, Turnbull's 11th book opens with the discovery of a man with his face blown off. But Sergeant Ray Sussock, bone weary and ready for retirement, recognizes the clothes as those given released prisoners after lengthy sentences.
Peter John Turnbull was born 23 October 1950, Rotherham, Yorkshire, England), son of John Colin, an engineer, and Patricia Turnbull, a nurse. He attended Richmond College of Fine Arts; Cambridge College of Arts and Technology, . 1974; University of Huddersfield, . Cardiff University, Wales, . certificate in social work), 1978. He worked as a government social worker at Strathclyde Regional Council, Glasgow, Scotland, from 1978-1995.