Jeopardy's Child (DCI Jim Ashworth Mysteries) ePub download
- ISBN: 0094775303
- ISBN13: 978-0094775305
- ePub: 1654 kb | FB2: 1626 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Trafalgar Square Publishing; First Published edition
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Jeopardy's Child book.
Jeopardy's Child book. Two young girls go missing and DCI Jim Ashworth is plunged straight into.
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Are you sure you want to remove Jeopardy's Child (DCI Jim Ashworth Mysteries) from your list? Jeopardy's Child (DCI Jim Ashworth Mysteries). Published February 1998 by Trafalgar Square Publishing.
1997) (A book in the DCI Jim Ashworth series) A novel by Brian Battison. Two young girls go missing and DCI Jim Ashworth finds himself in the midst of investigating a paedophile ring in the heart of Bridgetown. When one of the girls is found dead, and another girl is abducted, every second counts if they are to find her alive. Used availability for Brian Battison's Jeopardy's Child.
The complete series list for - A DCI Jim Ashworth Mystery Brian Battison. Brian Battison Series List. A DCI Jim Ashworth Mystery. Series List:5 titles. Genre: All Law Enforcement Suspense Police Procedural.
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A murder to investigate and Jim Ashworth’s team is fully stretched. There are questions to be answered.
A murder to investigate and Jim Ashworth’s team is fully stretched. Who is the mysterious man in the silver metallic car? And what part does a tiny plastic skeleton play in the murder? But there are no answers - until there is another murder, and Ashworth, Holly and Josh follow their threads to a final, devastating resolution.
DCI James "Jim" Keats claimed to have been sent from the Discipline and Complaints department of Scotland . After foiling a suspected drugs robbery near Fenchurch East, DCI Keats briefed CID about DC Louise Gardiner and her undercover work.
DCI James "Jim" Keats claimed to have been sent from the Discipline and Complaints department of Scotland Yard to assess the Fenchurch East division of the London Metropolitan Police (led by DCI Gene Hunt) as part of Operation Countryman. In reality, Keats was a malevolent spirit, if not a demon or even Satan himself; he threatened to bring down Gene Hunt and his world and bring Hunt's colleagues down to his department. Keats approached and protested Hunt and DI Alex Drake following the interaction with undercover Louise Gardiner.
DCI Jim Taggart is asked to head up the investigation, alongside newly graduated sergeant Peter Livingstone. Despite their differences, they must uncover the killer's identity before he strikes again. First appearance of DCI Jim Taggart (Mark McManus) and DS Peter Livingstone (Alastair Duncan).