One Good Turn
Publish date: 2007
Publisher: Black Swan
Pages no: 526
Edition language: English
, British Literature
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Jackson Brodie (#2)
I don't know if I liked this book or was appalled by it. A little bit of both. This was a confusing mishmash of characters and the book takes forever to get going. Jackson and Julia are toxic as anything. There's a scene we get via Jackson and we learn about him and Julia and I just wanted to sc...
Though he makes his living writing crime novels, Martin Canning is a shy, gentle man. But when he witnesses a road rage incident at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, he steps in to save a stranger from being beaten to death. The story begins in the point of view of the beaten man, and he does something...
54. ONE GOOD TURN, BY KATE ATKINSON (Book 2 of Jackson Brodie)The second book in the Jackson Brodie series; I liked the first one and I’m allowed to read up to the third one this year (and I will, I’m a sucker for series).Synopsis: Jackson is in Edinburgh for a Festival where his girlfriend, Julia, ...
bookshelves: autumn-2013, one-penny-wonder, paper-read, published-2006, series, bedside, handbag-read Read from September 07 to 18, 2013 One penny wonder, LavenhamMy cover has a decapitated green and white tour bus rolling along Princes Street, where the blurred backdrop is the castle.Opening: H...
One Good Turn requires your attention. Jackson Brodie, the retired policeman, retired detective, does one good thing. He offers help to Martin Canning, who has helped a man who is a victim of road rage. This is the straightforward, easy part. From here, the novel becomes four or six or eight threads...
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