The Long Suit
(2003) is Davison's third novel to feature Fielding, an "understrapper" for MI5, a "contractor without a contract" in the character's own words.
Team spirit will be Scotland's long suit
in the games with Holland, Switzerland and England.
Regardless of cost, collecting on bad checks isn't necessarily the supermarket industry's long suit
That looks to be her long suit
and she can be forgiven a poor effort when sixth at Kempton last time out over this trip as the ground would have been quicker than ideal and the tight track would also have been against her.
While his human namesake's forte was very much a turn of speed, the Sue Smith-trained seven-year-old's long suit
But then we knew attacking and guile were not England's long suit
Geography might not be a footballer's long suit
but surely the fact that the World Cup is in the `Far East' should have given Keane a clue that it was not going to be a day-trip to Killarney.
He wanted something sexier, it seemed, something crisper, but coherence was not his long suit
But that was long ago & luck is not our long suit
Sir Kezbaah coped with the longer trip when fourth in decent company at Newbury next time and showed stamina might be his long suit
over two and a half miles at Lingfield last time.
Sagara again showed stamina was his long suit
when staying on to be beaten a length and a half with a very conservatively ridden Zambezi Sun back in third.
Many years ago Harrison-Gray proposed that when you are one short of your contract and nothing else seems to be sensible then you should run your long suit
He has got a wonderful cruising speed - that is his long suit
- and with a staying chaser, if you cruise and jump it is a great help.
Siyouni's proven aptitude in sprints suggests that speed is his long suit
and it would not be altogether surprising if he were to be campaigned chiefly as a miler in 2010.
This is simply giving yourself the best chance in your long suit