FREE READ Þ Skull Duggery

FREE READ Skull Duggery

FREE READ Þ Skull Duggery ï [PDF] ✪ Skull Duggery Author Aaron Elkins – Danpashley.co.uk No one solves crimes like Skeleton Detective Gideon Oliver Gideon and his wife are on vacation in Mexico when a local police chief reuests his assistance on a case A mummified corpse was discovered in No one solves crimes like Skeleton Detective Gideon OFact the remains were that of a young woman of twenty Gideon knows these two mistakenly identified bodies aren't a coincidence But finding the connection between them will prove dangerous than he could possibly imagine and place him into the crosshairs of the killer he's hunting. surprising ending very enjoyable read

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On reveals the victim was stabbed with a Phillips head screwdriver Then Gideon is asked to examine the skeleton of a murder victim found a year earlier only to discover another error The coroner misidentified the remains as belonging to a twelve to fifteen year old girl when in. This was a fluff read The idea for this plot was rather inventive but I think the author spent too much time on description of people of places of procedure and not enough time on the mystery The book felt rather two dimensional and wooden

SUMMARY · DANPASHLEY.CO.UK ´ Aaron Elkins

Skull DuggeryNo one solves crimes like Skeleton Detective Gideon Oliver Gideon and his wife are on vacation in Mexico when a local police chief reuests his assistance on a case A mummified corpse was discovered in the desert and the coroner believed the victim was shot But Gideon's examinati. Aaron Elkins is one of my all time favorite authors Nothing complicated with his work just plain well plotted murder mysteries which leave you feeling good about having taken the time to read his booksAnother benefit to reading Elkins is that he consistently moves around the world with his books and gives the reader an excellent basic feel for wherever the story takes place in this case GibralterIOn the end these are all easy reads which you should use to temper your brain after a difficult book You won't be sorry