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eBook Fatal Flaw (Worldwide Library Mysteries) download ISBN: 0373263317
Author: Frank Smith
Publisher: Worldwide Library; Reprint edition (November 1, 1999)
Language: English
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Rating: 4.7
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Category: Mystery
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On the whole, Frank Smith's Fatal Flaw does not disappoint, but his second book in this series, Stone Dead is a much better read. Fatal Flaw's story is good and it runs smoothly and quickly

On the whole, Frank Smith's Fatal Flaw does not disappoint, but his second book in this series, Stone Dead is a much better read. Fatal Flaw's story is good and it runs smoothly and quickly. His two coppers, DCI Paget and DS Tregalles are likeable fellows, but I find that the Sergeant has a lot more personality than the somewhat stiff and blah Chief Inspector (Smith spends a little too much time torturing us with Paget's terrible luck in love). But, in the first book and the third (Candles for the Dead), Tregalles almost seems a minor character.

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The dead man had fallen fifty feet from a bridge onto the railway tracks below. The fact that the corpse is bound and gagged, the letter A carved into his forehead means that the death plunge was no accident. At Thornton Hill Girls' School in Shropshire, England, most of the students have gone home for Christmas. The free online library containing 450000+ books. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device.

Fatal Flaw (Worldwide Library Mysteries). Published by Worldwide Library (1999). ISBN 10: 0373263317 ISBN 13: 9780373263318.

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Detective Chief Inspector Neil Paget finds himself chasing a killer across a winter landscape after a young girl at Thornton Hill Girls' School seemingly commits suicide and a body is found stabbed with a pitchfork. Reprint.
Comments: (3)
Rivik
This takes place in Great Britain. It's a police procedural where you follow the detective as he follows the clues. There are 3 crimes. The first is the murder/suicide of a young teen. The second and third are murders of two men on a ranch. One has had a pitchfork pushed into his chest. The other was burned in a fire purposely set. The police end up with two main suspects, one of which is a doctor currently seeing the police detective. Good story.
Delalbine
I'm fond of British police procedurals, and Frank Smith's *Fatal Flaw* is a solid contribution to the genre. It held my attention from the first page to the last.

Smith lays out some good plot lines and brings us quite a few solid characters. A woman with a secret past starts dating a cop, and that secret becomes central to a murder the detective is investigating. A troubled teenager with a cold ambitious mother is found dead at her boarding school during the holidays - was she driven to suicide, or murdered, or did she die some other way?

I would recommend this book to anybody else who enjoys this genre.
Vudojar
I am a huge fan of British police procedurals and I was delighted to see a new team had been born. On the whole, Frank Smith's Fatal Flaw does not disappoint, but his second book in this series, Stone Dead is a much better read. Fatal Flaw's story is good and it runs smoothly and quickly. His two coppers, DCI Paget and DS Tregalles are likeable fellows, but I find that the Sergeant has a lot more personality than the somewhat stiff and blah Chief Inspector (Smith spends a little too much time torturing us with Paget's terrible luck in love). But, in the first book and the third (Candles for the Dead), Tregalles almost seems a minor character. All in all, the series is good and I can't wait for the fourth installment.