Reading ➾ Stealing Elgar Author Andrew Barrett – Pocket-bikes.us

Stealing Elgar Second Book In The Dead Trilogy Roger Conniston Is A Newly Promoted Senior Scenes Of Crime Officer With A Lot To Prove And A Lot To Protect He S Up Against An Ex Bare Knuckle Fighter Called Hades Who Is Planning The Most Audacious Robbery In England S History For Hades, The Success Of This Job Is Paramount And He S Planned It In Meticulous Detail, From The Explosive Diversions To The Selection Of His Team And The Weapons They Ll Use Roger Is Faced With A Decision Continue Working With The Police And Put Faith In The Flawed Investigative Skills Of DCI Chamberlain, Or Cut The Ties And Venture Out Alone To Stop Hades And Secure Everything He Cares About Stealing Elgar Shows How Two Opposites Approach The Same Problem, And How They Carve Their Way Through Conflicting Interests To Reach Or Destroy Their Goal.

Reading ➾ Stealing Elgar  Author Andrew Barrett – Pocket-bikes.us
  • Paperback
  • 652 pages
  • Stealing Elgar
  • Andrew Barrett
  • English
  • 11 August 2017
  • 1782991328

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  1. says:

    Excellent riveting and a thrill a minuteWow, so much soco detail, I felt I was actually attending crime scenes as I read The plot was adventurous, knowledgeable and exciting There is too much happening to pick out any particular scene but all in all, a thrilling book.


  2. says:

    This is an intensely gripping book, though very dark in tone Being told from the viewpoint of a Scenes of Crime Officer it offers an entirely different focus on crimes and other events The author s own experience in this field brings a breath of fresh air to the genre and helps us to see muchabout each event than we normally would Scene of crime evidence is generally treated as an adjunct to detective investigations and appears to be added as an afterthought to make the story fit, in th This is an intensely gripping book, though very dark in tone Being told from the viewpoint of a Scenes of Crime Officer it offers an entirely different focus on crimes and other events The author s own experience in this field brings a breath of fresh air to the genre and helps us to see muchabout each event than we normally would Scene of crime evidence is generally treated as an adjunct to detective investigations and a...


  3. says:

    This is the second book in the dead trilogy and it has been a while since I read the first in the series so I was struggling to remember certain details Steling Elgar does refer to previous events quite a bit so it is necessary to read A Long Time Dead before this one This book is also longer than its predecessor but at no point does it drag or wander aimlessly through the story The main protagonist is a Scene Of Crime Officer SOCO which is a different enough perspective from the usual poli This is the second book in the dead trilogy and it has been a while since I read the first in the series so I was struggling to remember certain details Steling Elgar does refer to previous events quite a bit so it is necessary to read A Long Time Dead before this one This book is also longer than its predecessor but at no point does it drag or wander aimlessly through the story The main protagonist is a Scene Of Crime Officer SOCO which is a diff...


  4. says:

    This is the second book in the Dead trilogy and although it s a long book, my attention never flagged The protagonist Roger Conniston, a Scene of Crime Officer, is doubtful of his abilities in his new role as Senior SOCO His old adversary Inspector Weston, is still flouting the law he is paid to uphold There are so many stories cleverly woven together here Roger s wife is kidnapped by a gang involved in running guns amongst other things There are flawed good characters, bad ones with some This is the second book in the Dead trilogy and although it s a long book, my attention never flagged The protagonist Roger Conniston, a Scene of Crime Officer, is doubtful of his abilities in his new role as Senior SOCO His old adversary Inspector Weston, is still flouting the law he is paid to uphold There are so many stories cleverly woven together here Roger s wife is kidnapped by a gang involved in running guns amongst other things There are flawed good characters, bad ones with some good qualities and a number of people you aren t sure about The action is fast and exciting but it s not one of...


  5. says:

    Great follow up book to A Long Time Dead Longer than the first in the series and so allowing forcharacter development Can t wait to read the final instalment.


  6. says:

    Before you read Stealing Elgar, I strongly urge you to read the first Roger Conniston novel, A Long Time Dead Many elements from that novel carryover into this one, and there is closure, of a kind.In Sword of Damocles from Andrew Barrett s series about Eddie Collins, CSI , Collins is pressured into a promotion he doesn t want This book has Roger Conniston SOCO Scene of Crime Officer getting a promotion he really, really doesn t want There are ruthless Russian Mafia, IRA killers, home gro Before you read Stealing Elgar, I strongly urge you to read the first Roger Conniston novel, A Long Time Dead Many elements from that novel carryover into this one, and there is closure, of a kind.In Sword of Damocles from Andrew Barrett s series about Eddie Collins, CSI , Collins is pressured into a promotion he doesn t want This book has Roger Conniston SOCO Scene of Crime Officer getting a promotion he really, really doesn t want There are ruthless Russian Mafia, IRA killers, home grown gangsters, police officers senior to Roger and who do not trust or believe him, and a crooked arms dealing police officer all heading on a collision course, and Roger Conniston is square in the point of inter...


  7. says:

    Stealing Elgar is the second in the Roger Conniston series by Andrew Barrett and what a gripping story it is,yet again Roger is facing his continued struggle with his home life as well as doubting his capabilities as a supervisor to the point of considering tendering his resignation.in this fast paced gripping story Roger is sill trying to prove his old adversary Inspector Weston s involvement in gun running while investigating a series of shootings and bombings.Overall a great read and looking Stealing Elgar is ...


  8. says:

    I have read enough Andy Barrett books now to realise that none of the characters get an easy time, not even his protagonist, and this is again true here This is absolutely packed full of action and has a bit of a cinematic feel I was intrigued by the title and when you read...


  9. says:

    I read the first 7 chapters, but I wasn t enjoying it so I gave up That doesn t mean it s a bad book it s just not to my taste.


  10. says:

    Stealing Elgar is a fast paced totally engrossing novel from the very first page You have the good guys, the bad guys, the really bad guys, and the bad guys who end up doing the right thing There is Roger who was a crime scene investigator who is promoted to a senior crime scene investigator after being falsely accused and thrown in jail He finds that this is not his niche in life and wants to go back to the way things were when he was in the field Then there is Hades who is plotting the Stealing Elgar is a fast paced totally engrossing novel from the very first page You have the good guys, the bad guys, the really bad guys, and the bad guys who end up doing the right thing There is Roger who was a crime scene investigator who is promoted to a senior crime scene investigator after being falsely accused and thrown in jail He finds that this is not his niche in life and wants to go back to the way things were when he was in the field Then there is Hades ...

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