A Coffin For Two

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Headline, Nov 13, 2008 - Fiction - 320 pages
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After cracking their first case together as a private investigation team, Oz Blackstone and Primavera Phillips find themselves simultaneously in love and in the money. And where better to lie back and contemplate life than the picturesque village of St Marti, on the rugged Costa Brava. But beneath the surface of their idyllic new home bubbles a brew of intrigue, deception - and murder. Before long Prim and Oz find themselves helping to evict a skeletal squatter whom the locals fear might harm the tourist trade, as well as trying to authenticate a previously undiscovered Dali masterpiece bought by a gullible client at a highly unconventional auction...

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Review: A Coffin for Two (Oz Blackstone #2)

User Review  - Julie Carson - Goodreads

A slow start, but then very well written. I had worked out who had committed the crime, but was blown away by his reasons. It makes me want to research more about Dali's life, and that is quite a feat for a fiction book to have that sort of effect on me. Read full review

Review: A Coffin for Two (Oz Blackstone #2)

User Review  - Lbaker - Goodreads

Oz Blackstone is incredible likable, someone we'd all like to meet. He falls in love deeply and maybe a little too easily, and has gone to the warm climates of Spain with Primavera Philips, retiring ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

Quintin Jardine gave up the life of a political spin doctor for the more morally acceptable world of murder and mayhem. Happily married, he splits his time between Scotland and Spain. He's in the phone book in both locations, but can also be tracked down through his website www.quintinjardine.com

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