Jackson Brodie 4-Book Bundle

Publisher: Anchor Canada

Jackson Brodie is a private investigator in Cambridge. A former soldier and policeman, he makes his money working from investigating infidelity and finding missing cats. But Jackson's tough-guy exterior belies a deeply empathetic heart. He's unable to resist coming to the rescue and increasingly he becomes a magnet for the bereaved, the lost and the dysfunctional.  Surrounded by death, intrigue and misfortune, his own life haunted by a family tragedy, the Jackson Brodie series begins as the investigator attempts to unravel three disparate case histories. He soon realizes, however, that in spite of apparent diversity, everything is connected. . .
 
 Now, with this four-volume eBook bundle, you can discover the novels that the New York Times has called “deliciously underhanded . . . and well worth waiting for.”
 
“Atkinson’s detective novels are masterworks of character-driven plots and leisurely observation. But they are primarily triumphs of tone: sardonic, faithless, and dark as the inside of a cow. As a reader, you might come for the mystery, but you’ll return for the prose.” —The Globe and Mail


This bundle includes: 
CASE HISTORIES
ONE GOOD TURN
WHEN WILL THERE BE GOOD NEWS?
STARTED EARLY, TOOK MY DOG

PRAISE FOR

“By becoming a crime writer she has—in a way that other ‘literary’ types may wish to note—become a better literary writer than ever: funny, bracingly intelligent and delightfully prickly. . . . Kate Atkinson is that rarest of beasts, a genuinely surprising novelist.”
The Guardian on When Will There Be Good News?
 
“Kate Atkinson is an absolute must-read. I love everything she writes.”
—Harlan Coben

“Not just the best novel I have read this year . . . but the best mystery of the decade. There are actually four mysteries, nesting like Russian dolls, and when they begin to fit together, I defy any reader not to feel a combination of delight and amazement. Case Histories is the literary equivalent of a triple axel. I read it once for pleasure and then again just to see how it was done. This is the kind of book you shove in people's faces, saying ‘You gotta read this!’”
Entertainment Weekly on Case Histories