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Jigsaw (Frank Pagan #4)

3.68  ·  Rating Details ·  78 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Anti-terrorist specialist Frank Pagan has come back from the cold to find out who's responsible for a deadly bomb blast in London's Underground. Then a prostitute is found cut to pieces in her own bed. On the lampshade is a message to Pagan written in blood. She is the world's deadliest female terrorist and she dares Pagan to stop her--and a conspiracy of the world's most ...more
Paperback, 480 pages
Published July 1st 1997 by Pinnacle (first published 1994)
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Matt Kessel
Jan 06, 2009 Matt Kessel rated it really liked it
Campbell Armstrong was a new author to me. My Mom gave me this book to read as a "new" author. I really enjoyed this book. I found out after the fact that it was a sequel to Jig by the same author, but that did not detract from the overall story. The characters were interesting and believable. Some aspects of the story were a stretch (but they often are in fictional police novels). I was disappointed that my local library did not carry any of his books so I will be checking eBay to see if I can ...more
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Aug 22, 2015 henrys-axe rated it really liked it
Should one divide the book into thirds, the first two were very engrossing and well done. The story and plausibility began to fall apart in the final section. Frank Pagan is a forceful character but not without near-fatal weaknesses (making him very human).
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This is probably the best book I have ever read. It has everything you would want in a story, unexpected twists, action, romance, politics, intelligent characters, absolutely awesome.
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aka Thomas Altman, Campbell Black, Jeffrey Campbell (with Jeffrey Caine), Thomas Weldon

Born in Glasgow, Scotland, Campbell Armstrong got a degree in philosophy before taking a position teaching creating writing. After his excellent series about counterterrorism expert Frank Pagan, Mr. Armstrong has written several compelling novels of crime and life in his native Glasgow.
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