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reviewed The Chemistry of Death. July 29, 2010
The Chemistry of Death
Seeking to escape sad memories of his life in London, Dr David Hunter joins a small practice in Manham, a village in Norfolk. The owner of the practice, Dr Henry Maitland, is the survivor of a car accident …
reviewed The Chemistry of Death. March 16, 2010
The Chemistry of Death
This first book in a new series gets the whole thing off in an excellent style! There is, in a very small English village, a series of abductions and grisly murders, which appears to be the work of one …
reviewed An Air That Kills. March 11, 2010
An Air That Kills
Lydmouth is small, postwar English town along the Welsh border, a place that has seen better days. Still, newly promoted CID Richard Thornhill eagerly accepted a position on the Lydmouth police force. …
reviewed Kept: A Victorian Mystery. February 02, 2009
D.J. Taylor Kept
With a cast of characters that reveal the many faces of English Victorian society, this thoughtfully wrought novel is a veritable jigsaw puzzle of eccentric personalities, poachers, criminals, Lords and …
reviewed All the Colors of Darkness. December 27, 2008
All the Colors of darkness peter robinson
      ReadIing  the 18th book  in the Inspector Alan Banks series is very much like sitting down for a chat with an old friend.  For many of us, Banks is comfortable, …
reviewed The Chemistry of Death. January 30, 2008
The Chemistry of Death
Move over, Patricia Cornwell, Simon Beckett's on your turf. The Chemistry of Death is a page turner of a new, forensic/police procedural novel, with lots of psychology, chemistry, medicine, and red herrings. …
reviewed To Kingdom Come: A Novel. July 24, 2006
To Kingdom Come: A Novel
An author's second novel is a very important thing. If his first was successful and/or critically acclaimed, the second proves whether the achievement of the first was a fluke. A reader can determine …
reviewed Some Danger Involved: A Novel. July 20, 2006
Some Danger Involved: A Novel
My wife and I were having lunch in the Museum Tavern in London last May when we had the good fortune to meet, entirely by chance, Will Thomas and his family on a combination business trip and vacation. …
I've never been one for following walking tours precisely how they're laid out in guidebooks, and that's not how I used this volume either. However, "Mystery Reader's Walking Guide: London" was one of …
reviewed The Bloody Wood. September 08, 2002
The Bloody Wood
Sir John Appleby and his wife, Lady Judith accept an invitation to a house-party at Charne, the country estate of the Martineaus. Their friend, Grace Martineau is dying of cancer and she wants her friends …
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