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ebook / ISBN-13: 9780755353682

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ON SALE: 1st April 2010

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

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Edinburgh’s toughest cop discovers the dangers of celebrity…

DCC Bob Skinner is about to find out that nothing is quite what it seems in Autographs in the Rain, the eleventh title in the bestselling crime series by Quintin Jardine. Perfect for fans of Ian Rankin and Peter James.


‘Jardine’s delightful hero finds himself investigating a case very close to home, and this latest from the man the Glasgow Herald calls the Sean Connery of Scottish crime fiction delivers another cracker’ – Murder One

As Bob Skinner takes an evening stroll with a gorgeous filmstar on his arm, surely the worst of his worries is that back at Headquarters, an ambitious new colleague is scheming to enlarge his territory at Skinner’s expense. But when a frightening shot-gun attack sends Skinner and his old flame Louise Bankier diving for cover, it seems danger has zeroed in on him once again.

Returning to Scotland to shoot her latest film, Louise is one of Scotland’s most popular exports. But it seems she has a stalker; someone who is clearly determined to scare her. For Skinner, tracking down her tormentor isn’t just business – it’s now very personal indeed. The Detective Chief Constable, however, is about to find out that nothing is quite what it seems…

What readers are saying about Autographs in the Rain:

‘Skinner at his most fearsome

Utterly brilliant and thoroughly entertaining

‘The separate strands of the story mesh together to make it one of the best of the series

Thrilling, tightly written, with believable characters and a main character (Bob Skinner) who is so human I almost feel that I know him

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