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Requiem for a Dealer (Brodie Farrell #6)

3.42 of 5 stars 3.42  ·  rating details  ·  85 ratings  ·  8 reviews
You can waste a lot of time looking. . . . Or you can pay me to find it for you.

Brodie Farrell is a busy woman, what with running her one-woman firm Looking for Something? and raising her daughter. So on her night off, all she wants is to spend a relaxing evening teaching her friend Daniel Hood to drive. But the evening takes a disturbing turn when Daniel hits a young woma
Hardcover, 288 pages
Published December 12th 2006 by Minotaur Books (first published January 4th 2006)
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Catherine Woodman
A corpse is found on a hill in the outskirts of Reykjavik. It looks like it has already been there for a long time, but the excavation goes terribly slow because a team of archaeologists is carrying out the work. In the meantime inspector Erlendur and his colleagues try to get a picture of what happened 50 to 70 years ago. Slowly but surely they find out the awful truth. In between the story line of the investigation, there is another storyline about a family consisting of a father, mother, 2 br ...more
I'm not sure why I'm still reading this series. I don't really like Brodie or Deacon or even Daniel. But something about their interactions keeps me coming back.

A contemporary mystery that's not cozy but lacks the graphic, horrific nature of the crimes committed in many of today's works.
Jane Auringer Danjin
What could be more fun? Horse crazy females, a mathematician with a heart of gold and an independent woman detective working and living with a somewhat dour cop in Ireland. I enjoyed it very much
This was the first Brodie Farrell Mystery I read. It was so good I went on to read the entire series.
It's a bad sign when you're hoping a novel's main character gets hit by a bus. A very bad sign.
Jane Auringer Danjin
I enjoyed the horsey setting in this one of the Brodie series.
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Jo Bannister lives in Northern Ireland, where she worked as a journalist and editor on local newspapers. Since giving up the day job, her books have been shortlisted for a number of awards. Most of her spare time is spent with her horse and dog, or clambering over archaeological sites. She is currently working on a new series of psychological crime/thrillers.
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