- Hardcover: 496 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins; First Edition edition (5 July 2004)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0007172028
- ISBN-13: 978-0007172023
- Package Dimensions: 24.2 x 15.8 x 4.4 cm
- Average Customer Review: 60 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,047,112 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
One Last Breath (Cooper and Fry Crime Series, Book 5) Hardcover – 5 Jul 2004
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Praise for Blind to the Bones:
‘This is another very fine book, masterfully plotted and filled with real flesh-and-blood personalities.’ Susanna Yager, Daily Telegraph
Praise for Stephen Booth:
‘The complex relationship between [Cooper and Fry] is excellently drawn, and is combined with an intriguing plot and a real sense of place: Stephen Booth is an author to keep an eye on.’ T J Binyon, Evening Standard
‘…Stephen Booth makes high summer in Derbyshire as dark and terrifying as midwinter.’ Val McDermid
‘Black Dog sinks its teeth into you and doesn’t let go … A dark star may be born!’ Reginald Hill
'A leading light of British crime writing.' Maxim Jakubowski, Guardian
'Best traditional crime novel of the year.'
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Looking to the original case files for clues to the fugitive's wherabouts, detectives Diane Fry and Ben Cooper discover there may be other potential victims out there. And as the son of the officer responsible for putting Quinn behind bars, Ben realizes that his own name could be high on the list.See all Product description
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Once you have sorted out the personal relationship problems, and the dysfunctional family problems there is usually a story in there that could be good if it wasn’t wrapped up in so much filler it makes you think that the writer gets paid by the page. It is a shame because they could be so good without the filler. Also, we know this is one of a series starring our two dysfunctional detectives so they are going to survive whatever the ‘baddie’ throws at them so perhaps we could lose the bit where that happens. It is usually entirely superfluous anyway.
This one is a good story but badly let down by poor digital formatting. There are no gaps/ marks/ additional line spaces between sub chapters, which means that the continuity of reading is badly interrupted as you move to a different scene or change characters.
I can't recommend the kindle version of this book as it stands.
Read the paper version, its a good read with believable, likeable characters who are developing well through the series.
Badly needs re-editing.
A pity, as the books could be vey good otherwise.
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