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Screen Savers (Oz Blackstone series, Book 4)

An unputdownable mystery of kidnap and intrigue
  • Author
    • Quintin Jardine
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For Oz Blackstone, the days of getting into trouble for a living, otherwise known as being a private enquiry agent, could soon be behind him. An undercover stint posing as a TV wrestling Master of Ceremonies has convinced him that he might just have a bit of a hidden theatrical talent. So when Oz gets the chance of a bit-part in a movie, it seems like an offer he can't refuse - even though his own life is fast developing a dramatic storyline of its own, with a frightening series of accidents befalling people close to him. And when the female lead is kidnapped from the set in a bizarre echo of the movie's rollercoaster plot, fiction and reality come together in a terrifying climax. But has Oz got what it takes to save the day?
  • Published: Jun 07 2004
  • Pages: 352
  • 177 x 122mm
  • ISBN: 9780747259633
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Press Reviews

  • 'SCREEN SAVERS is a novel that engages you from the start' Dundee Evening Telegraph
  • Praise for previous novels: Skinner's Rules: 'Remarkably assured novel...a tour de force' New York Times 'Excellent thriller' Manchester Evening News 'Deplorably readable' Guardian 'A first-class read' Jeffrey Archer Skinner's Festival: 'Comes through strongly and believably...has the right city atmosphere' Edinburgh Evening News 'Robustly entertaining' Irish Times Skinner's Trail: 'Skinner is a TV series waiting to happen' Peterborough Evening Telegraph 'Engrossing, believable characters...captures Edinburgh beautifully...It all adds up to a very good read' Edinburgh Evening News Skinner's Round: 'The Skinner series grows in authority and should be a natural for television' Time Out 'A complex and suspenseful saga that never flags from start to finish' Bolton Evening News Skinner's Ordeal: 'Quintin Jardine has created the toughest Scottish cop since Taggart' Peterborough Evening Telegraph 'Fast-paced, fast-cut stuff...some sharply written dialogue' Worcester & Hereford Evening News Skinner's Mission: 'Once again Jardine serves up a thriller full of action, gritty realism and sharp patter' Darlington Northern Echo