Skinner’s Trail (A Bob Skinner Mystery)

Author: Quintin Jardine

Skinner is on the trail of organised crime and a cold-blooded killer in this gripping third novel in Quintin Jardine’s bestselling crime series.,,First the joyous birth of Skinner’s son…then the grim reality of murder in one of Edinburgh’s prosperous suburbs. A man has been found knifed in a luxury villa. The victim had run a chain of laundrettes, saunas and pubs throughou….Read More

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