The Thing Itself

The gripping new thriller in Peter Guttridge s highly acclaimed Brighton series The truth will out Thriller writer Victor Tempest is dead and his son, the disgraced ex Chief Constable Bob Watts, is discovering what really happened in the unsolved Brighton Trunk Murder of 1934 At the same time, DS Sarah Gilchrist has a lead that may establish the truth about the MilldeThe gripping new thriller in Peter Guttridge s highly acclaimed Brighton series The truth will out Thriller writer Victor Tempest is dead and his son, the disgraced ex Chief Constable Bob Watts, is discovering what really happened in the unsolved Brighton Trunk Murder of 1934 At the same time, DS Sarah Gilchrist has a lead that may establish the truth about the Milldean Massacre If she can stay alive long enough to follow it Jimmy Tingley, once SAS, now avenging angel, is in Europe on the trail of the Balkan gangsters who wreaked bloody havoc in Brighton He s armed for World War III, but is that enough when he s his own most dangerous enemy
The Thing Itself The gripping new thriller in Peter Guttridge s highly acclaimed Brighton series The truth will out Thriller writer Victor Tempest is dead and his son the disgraced ex Chief Constable Bob Watts is di

  • Title: The Thing Itself
  • Author: Peter Guttridge
  • ISBN: 9781847514370
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Thing Itself”

    1. Some really terrific writing, great period voices and a fascinating look into the lives of soldiers in both world wars. Too many characters and even though they all play a part in the larger story, which is labyrinthine to say the least, it is just too much. The historical perspective is more interesting to me than the modern day activities of amoral thugs - I'd really like to know more about Eric Knowles (who is as interesting and finely drawn a character as Tom Ripely in The Talented Mr. Riple [...]

    2. Complex mystery with many characters and covering many decades. This is the third in the series, it might be better to start with number one and get the background.

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