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Bridge. Could you have played or defended better?. Volume 3 By gavin macdonald
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The volume contains fifty examples of contracts that were not fulfilled, followed by an explanation of how they could have been made and fifty examples of hands that were made, folowed by an... More > explanation of how they cioud have been defated.< Less
Beyond Our Ken By gavin macdonald
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A retired chauffeur is found tortured and murdered with the name Ken carved on his chest While DCI Forsyth is away, DS MacRae is put in charge of the case and realises that the man has died before... More > revealing what he was being tortured to discover. When the man's former employers are found to be being investigated, it becomes clear that on of hem is a target. When another body is found with the name Ken carved on its chest, it becomes obvious what the murders are all about but this does not help in finding the killer. But Forsyth has spotted something that the rest of the team has missed and ,with the help of his loyal team, solves the case by using methods that his superiors would not approve of and which could get the team thrown out of the Force.< Less
Pools, Poison and Pressure By gavin macdonald
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POOLS WIN DCI Forsyth and DS MacRae are called on to solve a crime that happened five yeas earlier when the body of a young woman is found buried in a wood. The suspects are the members of her family... More > and three local business men. who are all interviewed. But Forsyth spots an inconsistency and is thus able to name the killer. POISON IN JEST DCI Forsyth and DS MacRae are asked to investigate the death of a man at a New Year's party at which another of the guests has been the Chief Constable's daughter. The man has been poisoned but the detectives are unable to find the phial in which the poison was brought to the flat. But Forsyth is able to explain that and thus point a finger at the killer. PRESSURE GROUP Forsyth and McRae are brought out of retirement to look again at an old case were three members of a pressure group were murdered. It appears at first that the original conviction was correct. But Forsyth sees something wrong and is thus able to name the real culprit.< Less
A Winter's Tale By gavin macdonald
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A body is found in the Gerrard house but every habitant denies knowledge of the dead man, though DA Alistair MacRae believes that one of the children is involved. A second killing confirms him in... More > this view and also leads him to believe that one of he Gerrards s running an illegal smuggling operation with Swedish criminals. A further killing leads him to find that a house in Edinburgh contains illegal immigrants. He arranges to raid the house when the owner s not there in the hope that the latter will then lead him to the killer he is seeking. But the plan goes disasterously wrong. It is left to DCI Forsyth to arrive at the name of the murderer by logical deduction and concoct a plan that will bring the killer to justice.< Less

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