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I bought this from a charity bookstall a while back. As I had previously read a couple of Georgette Heyer's crime novels and enjoyed them I thought this might put me back into the habit of reading. I took it on holiday, and indeed I did read some of it every day, but another book might have been a better choice for enjoyment. It is one of those classic period crime novels, very much in the style of Agatha Christie. However, unlike in an Agatha Christie I found the clues easy to pick up, and when it came to the final chapter there was little that I had not already figured out, so it
Hello, I would like to tell you about my crime novel series called 'Herbie Fox Stories'. The story is situated on Hawaii in the 1940s and it's based on a senior detective called 'Herbie Fox'. The next book is finished already and will be released on the 9th of November (its name is 'The Mystery of Bloody River'. Until this date, the price of the ebook is set to 2.99 dollars on Amazon. After this day, it'll be available for 4.99. I'll be more than happy to discuss with you about my book and I really hope you'll enjoy it in case you decide to buy it! Have a nice day, everybody!
It's been a while since a read any of Roger Ellory's books. In a way I'm being sparing with them as I'm almost afraid of catching up with the latest! I've read seven out of twelve so I think I'm safe for the present. A Simple Act of Violence I found really absorbing, it's the first book for quite some time that has really kept me wanting to pick up my book and read. Luckily it's been holiday time and I was free to do just that. This starts out as a murder case in Washington D.C. in fact we get in, very close up to the initial crime and from there on we become embroiled in what could be a seria
There's a kind of death row genre. Person with attitude problem imprisoned on death row, nearing the end. New, idealistic lawyer turns up and uncovers evidence that proves the prisoner's innocence. In the process, lawyer works through some of his personal demons and probably uncovers an enormous conspiracy. Freed prisoner and lawyer have an emotional scene on the courthouse steps. The reader is left feeling that they have been beaten around the head by a wet tea-towel bearing the words "abolish capital punishment". Wrapped around a truncheon. The Execution of Noa P Singleton lines up as a