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Jigsaw (87th Precinct) Kindle Edition
|Length: 188 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Pieces of an old picture are supposed to lead to the proceeds from a bank robbery which took place 6 years earlier, but all of the original gang were killed by police fire soon after the robbery.
Does the picture actually show where the proceeds are?
Does the picture exist?
Has the picture been split up and who were the pieces given to?
Who has them?
Will the police officers from the 87th Precinct find the unknown assailant who is also trying to find the pieces of the picture, whilst murdering his way through the possible picture holders?
You will have to read on to find out!
A really enjoyable book to read, once you have pieced together the characters in the first couple of chapters, but definitely persevere and read on. I can't believe I have only just found this author and have already purchased all of the other books in the series.
Well done Amazon, kindle and ebooks for bringing him to the fore
Jigsaw was a difficult book to put down and he has been writing for many years. One of the earlier MUST READ writers.
of a map that leads to the loot from an old robbery. Ignore the lack of evidence and interrogation methods. This
Is too good to need realism. Enjoy.
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Fast paced s d plotted with style and grace. McBain once again evokes the world of police work in the 1960s seamlessly. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Prof David B