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In and Out (Don Packham and Frank Mitchell, Bk 2)
In and Out - Don Packham and Frank Mitchell, Bk 2
Author: Mat Coward
Bull's -- Eye It's Murder — Whether he's miserably depressed or buoyantly cheerful, a day with the delightfully unpredictable Detective Inspector Don Packham is never dull for his partner, DC Frank Mitchell -- especially when it involves murder. When the body of Yvonne "Chalkie" Wood, a member of the Hollow Head Pub&#...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780786230174
ISBN-10: 0786230177
Publication Date: 12/2001
Pages: 231
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Publisher: Five Star (ME)
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback
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British police procedural - with a sense of humor
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Don Packham & Frank Mitchell investigate murder of member of a pub darts team.
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D.I. Don Packard is generally considered a loner, nut job. Family man and upwardly mobile D.C. Frank Mitchell is so excited to be in the CID that he sets about training himself to deal with Don/Sir's (according to mood) peculiarities rather than complaining about them. The result is a partnership that really is one rather than the usual experienced old hand showing up the green newcomer. It takes both Packam and Mitchell to solve this crime involving a darts team and we are treated to Coward's clever writing all along the way. (Ex: "Is this one with you?" he asked [Frank], nodding at Don, who was staring into space doing his celebrated impression of a disused warehouse.)


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