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You'd Better Believe It book. You'd Better Believe It: A Detective Colin Harpur Novel (James, Bill, Detective Chief Superintendent Colin Harper Novels. 0881501972 (ISBN13: 9780881501971).
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You'd Better Believe It . .has been added to your Cart. I collected about 20 books in this series through years. Bill James, well respected crime writer, somehow never got the recognition he justly deserves. But then, where is justice? I finaly read the first book in the series and I am deeply hooked.
Nominated for England's Crime Writers' Association Gold Dagger Award in 1986, You'd Better Believe It introduced Detective Chief Superintendent Colin Harpur to reader in England and the United States. Harpur's domain is a small seaport city south of London. It's not unusual for the big-town criminals to consider such a spot as easy prey. At such times a policeman must rely keenly upon his colleagues, to be sure, and also upon his retinue of narks (tipsters). This time it's a Lloyd's Bank branch that's the target. When the heist is postponed, a policeman. by. James, Bill, 1929-. Harpur, Colin (Fictitious character), Iles, Desmond (Fictitious character), Police. New York : St. Martin's Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. t on October 25, 2011.
Also by Bill James in the Harpur and Iles series: You’d Better Believe I.
Also by Bill James in the Harpur and Iles series: You’d Better Believe It. The Lolita Man. Halo Parade Protection (TV tie-in version, Harpur and Iles).
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You’d Better Believe It offers a decent enough plot and some stronger than average characters in the service of a.
You’d Better Believe It offers a decent enough plot and some stronger than average characters in the service of a story of a cynical and morally compromised policeman who tries to mete out justice against cruel villains lacking in any sense of moral code. This is admittedly a formulaic template but the story is well organised and logically worked out so as to reach a believable action climax on an isolated farm. (Book in the Harpur & Iles Series). Nominated for England's Crime Writers' Association Gold Dagger Award in 1986, You'd Better Believe It introduced Detective Chief Superintendent Colin Harpur to reader in England and the United States.
And there's some additional transatlantic interest in the English variations on the issues of police-brutality and civil rights for criminals.
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