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Long Day Monday (P Division #8)

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In later years, Ray Sussock would look upon the case as being perhaps the most satisfying of his career. He began with the case and he was there at the conclusion twenty-five years later. It would, though, be many months, if not years, before the sense of satisfaction, the sense of neatly rounding off, would settle in. At the time he found it harrowing, especially when the ...more
Paperback, 251 pages
Published January 1st 1995 by Worldwide Library (first published 1992)
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I love Peter Turnbull's police procedurals. They have good plots and an ensemble cast. No one member usually takes precedence over any other and he shows all the grit and warts of being in the police in an inner city. I've almost finished with the "P" Division series and that make me sad. I'll miss them.
Another good solid read in this no frills police procedural series set in Glasgow. Tightly written with only 180 pages and a fast plot, I always enjoy reading about the officers of the P Division.
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The eighth of Turnbull's eleven Glasgow-set "P Division" police procedurals follows the squad over the course of a few days in which a young boy goes missing and a teenage girl's corpse is discovered in the nearby countryside. For full review, see
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Peter Turnbull is the author of nineteen previous novels and numerous works of short fiction. He worked for many years as a social worker in Glasgow before returning to his native Yorkshire.
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