Best Read [Jonathan Gash] ✓ Jade Woman || [Suspense Book] PDF Ý


  • Title: Jade Woman
  • Author: Jonathan Gash
  • ISBN: 9780140122800
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Paperback

  • Hong kong was filled with noise, heat, pandemonium, six year old water carriers, lepers, porters, chineese so much of everything that exhausted after the plane ride, lovejoy fell asleep and woke up to find he had been robbed of his passport, his travelers checks and drivers license
    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.


    Commentaires:

    Orinoco Womble (tidy bag and all)
    In the 80s I rather enjoyed the Lovejoy TV series with Ian McShane. He was a bit of a bungler but everything always came out well. Then I came across The Judas Pair and got about a third of the way through it before I got sidetracked, and it wasn't memorable enough to go back to--partly when he hopped in the sack with a much-older woman for lack of anything better to do with an afternoon. When I came across "Jade Woman" for some reason I decided to give it another go. The woman in the title is n [...]

    Nicholas Whyte
    nwhytevejournal/1983456ml[return][return][return][return]Another Lovejoy book with a particularly implausible plot, allowing Gash to place his hero in Hong Kong (not contemporary 1980s Hong Kong, but the 1960s city that the author clearly knew well and loved) for fun with organised crime, sex work and inventing a previously unheard-of Chinese Impressionist painter. The antiques scam itself is as beautifully detailed as Gash's description of the city, and Lovejoy is clear that the criminality in [...]

    Peter Clay
    It's hard to read 'Lovejoy' if you are a fan of the BBC series. There is a darker side to Lovejoy and the antiques trade than is portrayed on television. In the books Lovejoy is more on his own(or with his enemies) than the merry band of characters on television(some of which are only mentioned and never appear).Gash novels are perfect when you are in between books you actually want to read.The dialogue isn't always chatty or memorable but his descriptions of antiques and in this case the landsc [...]

    Robin
    Lovejoy could have been more instrumental in getting himself out of his predicament, which pulls the book down a bit, but OMG the predicament itself was entertaining as hell. And I had Ian McShane's voice narrating the story in my head, which is never a bad thing.

    Lura Frazey
    Lovejoy is a charming, funny, conman-with-a-soft-heart protagonist. Well worth reading more of this series. This particular book stretched a little long in a few too many places, but was enjoyable overall.

    Jeffrey Thomas
    Another very fun Lovejoy. Actually, it might be his best yet. Now the campy gay character he always has is just putting it on. Makes me want to go to Hong Kong.

    Travis
    Cool setting, but Lovejoy spends three quarters of the book completely clueless and has very little to do with the resolution of the story.There is no charm and cleverness in these books. Get DVDs of the TV show instead. Much more fun and the TV Lovejoy is a much more interesting character.

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