Skin deep: a Simeon Grist suspense novel

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Dutton, Apr 1, 1991 - Fiction - 318 pages
11 Reviews
Hired to keep a close eye on volatile actor Toby Vane, a star with a penchant for beating up women, private detective Simeon Grist finds his case complicated by the beating death of a nude dancer

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Review: Skin Deep (Simeon Grist Mystery #3)

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My first Simeon Grist novel in the rather confusing series numbering. I quite enjoyed it, though at times I found the constant wisecracking to be quite wearing. I may well return 6 the series, but will need a break first. Read full review

Review: Skin Deep (Simeon Grist Mystery #3)

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Loved the first half, very witty and fresh but the seams started to show and the characters became not so enjoyable. Above average though.... Read full review

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Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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