Unholy Ghost

Unholy Ghost Jimmy Costello corrupt ex copper and now fixer for the Catholic Church always liked Paris but never got the chance to spend time there Now his boss in Rome wants him to go back It s a simple job fi

  • Title: Unholy Ghost
  • Author: James Green
  • ISBN: 9781909624542
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jimmy Costello, corrupt ex copper and now fixer for the Catholic Church, always liked Paris, but never got the chance to spend time there Now his boss in Rome wants him to go back It s a simple job find the missing owner of a piece of valuable property But Jimmy s not the only one looking What is he looking for and who else wants it so badly No one seems to have theJimmy Costello, corrupt ex copper and now fixer for the Catholic Church, always liked Paris, but never got the chance to spend time there Now his boss in Rome wants him to go back It s a simple job find the missing owner of a piece of valuable property But Jimmy s not the only one looking What is he looking for and who else wants it so badly No one seems to have the answers This time Jimmy is on his own.

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    • James Green

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information James Jim Green is a British writer and broadcaster who turned to writing as a full time profession after a 25 year career in teaching He has had over 40 titles published in various genres, from educational text books to travel guides to crime novels His latest publication is called Bad Catholics 2008 Luath , the first of a trilogy chronicling the exploits of reformed gangster Jimmy Costello.Series Jimmy Costello Mystery U.S Historical Spy Thriller Series



    299 thoughts on “Unholy Ghost

    • This is my first foray in Jimmy Costello's world and I feel I would benefit from having read the previous novels. All in all, this is't a bad read. At times the story moves along with a few "how convenient" moments and (in my opinion) too many "spell it all out" dialogue exchanges, but it is well written and interesting.


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