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by Jo Bannister


Flawed (Brodie Farrell Mysteries). Flawed (Brodie Farrell Mysteries).

Flawed (Brodie Farrell Mysteries). Mystery And Suspense Fiction, Fiction, Fiction - Mystery/ Detective, Mystery/Suspense, Mystery & Detective - Women Sleuths, Fiction, Mystery & Detective, Women Sleuths, England, Farrell, Brodie (Fictitious character), Women private investigators. St. Martin's Minotaur.

Book in the Brodie Farrell Series). Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780373266661. Release Date: January 2007.

Not my first Jo Bannister book but my first Bridge Farrell story.

You can waste a lot of time looking. I'm looking forward to reading more of these Brodie Farrell mysteries because I want to get to know the characters better!. Aug 02, 2018 Jovdb rated it liked it. Not my first Jo Bannister book but my first Bridge Farrell story. It was difficult to come into the series not knowing the relationship between the lead characters but it was an engaging read. Brodie is pregnant with Jack’s child.

So goes the slogan of Brodie Farrell's one-woman detective agency. Flawed Brodie Farrell Mysteries (Том 7), Jo Bannister. Although Brodie has made some surprising--and es while working as a modern-day treasure hunter, none of them has turned her life upside down in quite the way that her unexpected pregnancy does. Jo Bannister began her career as a journalist after leaving school at sixteen to work on a local weekly newspaper. She lives in Northern Ireland.

Brodie Farrell Mysteries. Brodie Farrell Mysteries (Volume 9) Jo Bannister St. Martin's Press. A young couple is mugged and brutally attacked, leaving one of the victims in the ground and the other in a wheelchair

Brodie Farrell Mysteries. A young couple is mugged and brutally attacked, leaving one of the victims in the ground and the other in a wheelchair. Brodie Farrell Mysteries - Jo Bannister. Wracked with guilt, the mother of the man accused of their attacks enlists Brodie's friend Daniel to help track down the jewelry her son stole from the victims.

May 2008 : UK Paperback. Published September 18, 2007 by St. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Flawed (Brodie Farrell Mysteries) from your list? Flawed (Brodie Farrell Mysteries).

I enjoy the Brodie Farrell books but my personal favourites are the Castlemere series

I enjoy the Brodie Farrell books but my personal favourites are the Castlemere series. But I do wish Jo Bannister would treat her gorgeous young men better! They are forever being beaten up, kidnapped, injured on the road. you name it. Poor Daniel!

You can waste a lot of time looking.

"You can waste a lot of time looking . . . or you can pay me to find it for you." So goes the slogan of Brodie Farrell's one-woman detective agency. Although Brodie has made some surprising---and dangerous---discoveries while working as a modern-day treasure hunter, none of them has turned her life upside down in quite the way that her unexpected pregnancy does. The timing is particularly awkward because Brodie has recently separated from her partner, the prickly Detective Superintendent Jack Deacon. To complicate matters further, Detective Inspector Alix Hyde has set her sights on Deacon while simultaneously trailing a mysterious criminal---and one-time friend of Deacon's---Terry Walsh, who has a habit of springing surprises of his own.As ever, Brodie's best friend, Daniel Hood, will do anything to help her---even taking a leave from his beloved teaching job so that he can look after her business while she takes care of the baby. But soon Daniel is preoccupied with the well-being of young Noah Selkirk, who seems to be collecting more bruises than is reasonable even for a twelve-year-old boy, and is strangely linked to the Walsh case as well. . . . As their entanglements weave together in complex patterns, all of the parties have to face the consequences of their own mistakes. But it's the flaws that make all of us human---and perhaps that ultimately make us stronger.
iSlate
It helps if you have followed Brodie through this unusual series. I've read and appreciated every book the author has written. I have not always understood Brodie, but she's very human: she doesn't always understand herself. Secondly, I've found it hard to really like Jack as a lover for Brodie. What I've never had a problem with is Brodie's defense of Daniel. Now, if you're at sea here, let me say this is a subtle book with a mystery that is very 21st century. The more times we draw attention to abuse, the more apt we will figure out a way to curb it. Brodie faces a problem in this book that took me -- and her -- by surprise. How she resolves it is satisfying. How Jack behaves is also a surprise, but Daniel comes through. I found this entry in the Brodie Farrell saga a really thoughtful one and I'm looking forward with great anticipation for the next installment because there was an issue left hanging here that will require some delicate handling. Bring it on, Jo Bannister!
Arlana
In Dimmock, England Brodie Farrell's business-Looking for Something? detective agency has proven a success. However, Brodie is taken aback when she learns she is pregnant; a delicate condition that panics her as this is not good for sleuthing. Adding to her chagrin is that just before she found out she was carrying, she and her partner Detective Superintendent Jack Deacon split.

However, Brodie's loyal best friend Daniel Hood tales a leave of absence from his math teaching position to run Looking for Something? while she deals with her pregnancy. However, Daniel becomes concerned about a baldy bruised preadolescent child, Noah Selkirk. The twelve-year-old boy claims his influential father attorney Adam Selkirk abuses him. Daniel tries to intervene with the family on behalf of Noah, but is threatened with a lawsuit for slander, a warning to stay away from their son or else face nasty accusations, and bodily harm.

There is a bit of a mystery in the latest treasure seeker tale (can't say thriller), but that serves as a minor subplot to what is a deep character study as the two prime plots are Daniel's mishandling the Selkirk family affair and Brodie's demeanor albeit her pregnancy and her men, past and present. Besides Daniel and Brodie being fully developed (and not just because she is pregnant), the secondary cast seems genuine; readers will believe that the wealthy Selkirk brood have major issues and so does Brodie especially with Jack who seems to have bounced into another woman's arms. Readers will appreciate this comic-tragic relationship drama.

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Flawed (Brodie Farrell Mysteries) ebook
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Jo Bannister
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Minotaur Books; 1st edition (September 18, 2007)
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