Best Read [Jonathan Gash] ☆ Moonspender || [Poetry Book] PDF ✓

  • Title: Moonspender
  • Author: Jonathan Gash
  • ISBN: 9780140143393
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Paperback

  • Lovejoy doesn t mind making an occasional fake, but the wholesale theft of national treasures is not something he can go along with So when a band of moonspenders antiques poachers with hi tech electronic metal detectors start digging up the ancient buried treasures of his native East Anglia, it s time for Lovejoy to take a stand.
    Jonathan Gash
    John Grant is an English crime writer, who writes under the pen name Jonathan Gash He is the author of the Lovejoy series of novels He wrote the novel The Incomer under the pen name Graham Gaunt.Grant is a doctor by training and worked as a general practitioner and pathologist He served in the British Army and attained the rank of Major in the Royal Army Medical Corps He was head of bacteriology at the School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine for the University of London between 1971 and 1988.Grant won the John Creasey Award in 1977 for his first Lovejoy novel, The Judas Pair He is also the author of a series of medical thrillers featuring the character Dr Clare Burtonall.Grant lives outside Colchester in Essex, the setting for many of his novels He has also been published in Postscripts.


    Fun though a bit frantic. There were enough plot lines in this entry of the Lovejoy series for about three books and, at times, I wondered if everything could get resolved in a coherent manner.

    I've picked up a bunch of the Lovejoy mysteries from old book stores just to fill in when I feel like reading them. They are fun and quite different. Some are better than others and it takes a little getting used to the jargon.

    Yes of course he hits a woman and bonks plenty of them too. Perhaps the sexiest of the series between him frying anything he can get his hands on, being beaten up and his usual divvying capers!.

    I felt this was one of te better of this series, plot lines were interesting and less predictable than some and he didn't agonize over aspects of the story that can feel like filler in other books in this series.

    Jeff Stanger
    Enjoyable read and slightly more complex than previous Lovejoy titles. Lots of layers and subplots swirling around but most if not all of your questions will be answered.

    Oh my, such language, such plot. Like a Cockney P.G. Wodehouse.

    Was hard for me to follow as was written the way British speak and with terms they use. Some things I had to guess what they were talking about or meant.

    One of the better Gash novels. Typical last few pages finish.

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      Published :2019-02-03T22:46:20+00:00