- Author:Stuart Pawson
- Publisher:Allison and Busby; New edition edition (September 1, 2005)
- Pages:288 pages
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Detective Inspector Charlie Priest’s day hasn’t got off to a good start.
Detective Inspector Charlie Priest’s day hasn’t got off to a good start. Late for work for the first time in twenty years, thanks to a sloe gin hangover, he’s faced with the rather grisly evidence of a crime in the local park before a call comes in to say that one of his new constables has discovered a body.
Listen to books in audio format. 1st to Die is a novel that works as an intense series of character portraits that will leave the reader touched and delighted. Inspector Lindsay Boxer of the San Francisco Police Department suddenly finds herself in the middle of two horrifying situations: The first is that she's just learned she has an often-fatal blood disease. The second is a double homicide case she is now heading up that involves the murder of newlyweds on their wedding night. Mystery & Detective, Thrillers & Crime, History & Fiction.
Mostly I love Detective Inspector Charlie Priest My first Stuart Pawson/Charlie Priest novel and I hope that it wont be the last
Mostly I love Detective Inspector Charlie Priest. His sense of the what is appropriate and his sense of humor are a delight. Here finally is a new series that makes me want to read all the entries. My first Stuart Pawson/Charlie Priest novel and I hope that it wont be the last. I soon picked up on the charactors and enjoyed the pace and style of the story.
There’s nothing Detective Inspector Charlie Priest hates more than a case involving children. I've been spending some time this summer picking up where I left off with several mystery series that I've enjoyed in the past
There’s nothing Detective Inspector Charlie Priest hates more than a case involving children. I've been spending some time this summer picking up where I left off with several mystery series that I've enjoyed in the past. After reading The Mushroom Man, the second book in Pawson's Charlie Priest series set in Yorkshire, I tried to remember how long it had been since I'd read the first, The Picasso Scam. Five years, that's how long. I can't believe it, especially since I clearly remember enjoying that first book so much.
Detective Inspector Charlie Priest's day hasn't started well. Late for the first time in twenty years, thanks to a hangover, he's got a grisly workload to face. There's little doubt that this was murder, and when Charlie discovers that Hartley's financial advice had lost his clients a small fortune, there's no shortage of suspects either. But is the case all it seems? Thriller & Crime Police Procedural.
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Detective Inspector Charlie Priest Mysteries
Detective Inspector Charlie Priest Mysteries. The Judas Sheep by Stuart Pawson is the third book in his Charlie Priest series. I find this a thoroughly enjoyable "procedural" series. DI Priest enjoys his work and his home life is relatively peaceful and happy. Although Charlie is still on sick leave after the events of the last book, he can't help but be interested in his team's current case which appears to be a murder, but the corpse has not been found. This corpse eventually does show up in a very macabre way. Meanwhile Charlie has been drawn into another case involving smuggling and drugs.
The complete series list for - A DCI Charlie Priest Mystery Stuart Pawson. Stuart Pawson Series List. A DCI Charlie Priest Mystery. Series List:12 titles. Genre: All Law Enforcement Police Procedural Suspense Serial Killers Cowboys Hard-Boiled.
Published November 10, 2004 by Allison & Busby.
Over the Edge (Detective Inspector Charlie Priest Mystery). 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Published November 10, 2004 by Allison & Busby.
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