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Frost At ChristmasTen days to Christmas and Tracey Uphill aged eight hasn't come home from Sunday school Her mother a pretty young prostitute is desperate Enter Detective Inspector Jack Frost sloppy scruffy and insubordinate To help him investigate the case of the missing child Frost has be. First the good the mystery was engaging and perfectly twisty The male secondary characters are well drawn and Frost does manage to be amusing at timesBut it's all wrapped in a giant turd of misogyny Every woman who makes an appearance is either fuckable or doesn't matter Most glaringly is when Frost blames a 12 year old girl for the fact that the vicar has naked photos of her See the vicar's not a bad sort the girl is just a slut who drove him to it Frost then shares a charming story of when he was 19 and was doing a girl he later found out was 11 I've got news for you if you're 19 and you can't tell that some one is 8 years younger than you you're either not trying very hard and making excuses or you have some sort of mental deficiency At first I read on thinking he was pulling a Stabler move from SVU where he pretend to be into something gross so the suspect will confess But no Even at the end the vicar isn't to blame the 12 year old girl is That's the most egregious thing but then there are the little things piled on top of it When some young man hits and kills and old woman with reckless driving Frost feels bad for the driver The hell with the woman In fact I was dumbfounded by the fact that everyone said that Frost fell apart when his wife died He didn't seem the type of character to care I would think he'd just move on to someone else since one hole is as good as another to men like that So when the big reveal comes that his marriage was horrible I was wondering why we were supposed to be surprised it made sense to me Of course the bad marriage was the wife's fault she was a nagging bitch who wanted money success Jeez maybe she was a nagging bitch because she had the bad luck to marry a giant arseholeSo I read to the end waiting for the punchline Little did I know the joke would be on me Luckily I got it from the library It's too bad because it was a good mystery but while I like flawed characters I can't spend this much time in the head of someone who hates my gender this much

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Cdotes to fit every occasion proceeds with the investigation in typically unorthodox style After he's consulted a local witch Dead Man's Hollow yields up a skeleton Frost finds himself drawn into an unsolved crime from the past and risks not only his career but also his li. This probably would have gotten a higher rating had the mystery not been resolved by the near clueless detective bumbling into a monologue spouting perpetratorAlso I think we're supposed to find the detective endearing if a bit flawed The detective discovered that a vicar took nude provocative photographs of a girl he knew was only 12 years old The detective did nothing about this because the girl was physically developed and a slut so the vicar was not to blame Seriously She's 12 YEARS OLD We're supposed to relate to a guy who thinks like this

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Frost At Christmas characters Á 0 á ➧ [Ebook] ➢ Frost At Christmas By R.D. Wingfield ➲ – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Ten days to Christmas and Tracey Uphill aged eight hasn't come home from Sunday school Her mother a pretty young prostitute is desperate Enter Detective Inspector Jack Frost sloppy scruffy and insubor Ten dEn Frost At Epubassigned a new sidekick the Chief Constable's nephew Fresh to provincial Denton in an oversmart suit Detective Constable Clive Barnard is an easy target for Frost's withering satireAssisted and annoyed by Barnard Frost complete with a store of tasteless ane. Definitely a product of its time when it comes to attitudes to women sex etc Aside from that it's an interesting take on the genre In particular the fact that it contains than one mystery and that Frost has many jobs to do including paperwork and dealing with office politics It's fast paced The author doesn't linger on descriptions of people or places Dialogue is uick and snappy often very witty I'll read others in the series because it's the sort of thing you can take with you on a plane journey or when you're at a conference or something