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by N. J. Crisp

eBook The Gotland Deal: 2 download ISBN: 067034690X
Author: N. J. Crisp
Publisher: Viking Adult; First Edition edition (September 27, 1976)
Language: English
Pages: 219
ePub: 1823 kb
Fb2: 1885 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Norman James Crisp (11 December 1923 – 14 June 2005), known as a writer only by his initials and surname, N. J. Crisp, was a prolific British television writer . First book in the Sidney Kenyon series (1976).

Norman James Crisp (11 December 1923 – 14 June 2005), known as a writer only by his initials and surname, N. Crisp, was a prolific British television writer, dramatist and novelist. In the sixties after writing some single dramas, Crisp moved to writing for serials and turned out scripts for many BBC series including Compact, R3, Dixon of Dock Green, Dr Finlay's Casebook, Colditz and Secret Army. In 1968, he co-created The Expert, a serial about a forensic scientist, with Gerard Glaister, the producer.

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When Sarah, a translator for the Foreign Office, complains to London police detective Sidney about a possible break-in (nothing stolen) and about her feeling that she is being followed (no evidence and no suspects), he is tempted to dismiss the case. The plot refuses to thicken until Kenyon is rewarded for his pains by a threat to his life more vicious than the murders and thefts that are his usual daily fare.