Real Tigers

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SHORTLISTED FOR THE CWA GOLDSBORO GOLD DAGGER AND THE IAN FLEMING STEEL DAGGER SHORTLISTED FOR THE THEAKSTON OLD PECULIAR CRIME NOVEL OF THE YEAR 'If you read one spy novel this year, read Real Tigers' The Spectator 'The finest new crime series this millennium' Mail on Sunday Catherine Standish knows that chance encounters never happen to spooks. She's worked in the Intelligence Service long enough to understand treachery, double-dealing and stabbing in the back. What she doesn't know is why anyone would target her: a recovering drunk pushing paper with the other lost causes in Jackson Lamb's kingdom of exiles at Slough House. Whoever it is holding her hostage, it can't be personal. It must be about Slough House. Most likely, it is about Jackson Lamb. And say what you like about Lamb, he'll never leave a joe in the lurch. He might even be someone you could trust with your life . . .

A veterinarian who has experience with big cats is necessary for the health of the animal. In Real Tigers, the fourth book in Mick Herron's entertaining series about the misadventures of this motley crew of spooks, the so-called "slow horses" of Slough House come into conflict once again with the formidable Diana Taverner. The Tasmanian Tiger was a sandy brown-yellow and had dark stripes wrapped around its back. The large head had a short snout and three premolars on both jaws.

Tiger's eye is also a fairly hard stone (6.5-7 on the Mohs hardness scale), meaning it can easily scratch glass. Tigers have a sociality classification of solitary-but-social which includes those animals that look for food alone, are territorial, but can briefly socialize or sleep in similar locations. Tigers are solitary except when they try to mate, but after breeding, they go in separate ways.