by Peter Lovesey
Bloodhounds, Peter Lovesey. p. cm. ISBN 9784-56947-377-1. 1. Diamond, Peter (Fictitious character) - Fiction. 2. Detective and mystery stories - Appreciation - Fiction. 3. Book clubs (Discussion Groups) - Fiction. 4. Police - England - Bath - Fiction. 5. Bath (England) - Fiction.
Bloodhounds, Peter Lovesey.
Murder took precedence over everything. Even so, the stamp's recovery had. given the Bumblebees some encouragement. Diamond soon put a stopper on that. You lot may be feeling chipper this morning, but I got sod-all sleep last night. If there's anything to be pleased about, I'd like to know what. A young inspector recently transferred from Radstock rashly told him what
Bloodhounds is the fourth book in Lovesey’s venerable series featuring Detective Superintendent Peter Diamond of the Avon and Somerset Constabulary, where he heads up the murder squad.
Bloodhounds is the fourth book in Lovesey’s venerable series featuring Detective Superintendent Peter Diamond of the Avon and Somerset Constabulary, where he heads up the murder squad. Diamond, recently reinstated and promoted, is his usual irascible self.
Peter (Harmer) Lovesey (born 1936), also known by his pen name Peter Lear, is a British writer of historical and contemporary detective novels and short stories. His best-known series characters are Sergeant Cribb, a Victorian-era police detective based in London, and Peter Diamond, a modern-day police detective in Bath. Lovesey was born in Middlesex, England, and attended Hampton Grammar School
Peter Lovesey tosses off a real brain-banger in Bloodhounds, the fourth book in a challenging series.
Peter Lovesey tosses off a real brain-banger in Bloodhounds, the fourth book in a challenging series. I am mad for these pyrotechnic teasers, and this one had my head spinning. As he investigates, Inspector Peter Diamond discovers that both the person who found the stamp and the victim belong to the Bloodhounds, an elite group of mystery lovers, who now urge Diamond to bring the murderer to justice.
Author: Peter Lovesey.
Investigating the theft of a rare stamp from a local museum, ace detective Peter Diamond, recently returned to the Bath police department, realizes that the crime is connected to a subsequent murder.
Bloodhounds: 4. Peter Lovesey. I'm getting crazy, reading books out of sequence. This is 4th in a series, but stands alone fairly well
Bloodhounds: 4. Burly Peter Diamond finds himself embroiled in a mystery evoking the classic crime puzzles of John Dickson Carr. Winner of the Crime Writers Association Silver Dagger, the Barry Award and the Macavity Award. This is 4th in a series, but stands alone fairly well.