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First, as always, is the story. In this case, the author wrote one of the most creative mysteries I've ever read, with an engaging "detective" character unlike no other. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Leon Miller
All these Good Theif Guides are very Entertaining. You get a nice tour of whichever city he's in and it's fun.Published 7 months ago by Bunnymom
If you're hoping like I was for an author who's stories are actually believable this isn't the one.
I have a friend wo's a locksmith and the frequent desriptions of lock... Read more
I cannot say it was perfect but it was a good, fast- paced read that kept me entertained.
Certainly worth shelling out for and it wasn't far off a 5 star. Read more
Chris Ewan's debut mystery features Charlie Howard, an occasional accomplished master thief and mystery author himself. Read morePublished 9 months ago by jtk
The books arrived promptly and in the shape described. I have just started the book and not sure if I am a fan of the Good Thief yet. Need to read more.Published 10 months ago by H. Rendleman
The premise, and the plot, is rather interesting and I found myself keeping on reading as I really wanted to figure out what this three monkeys were all about. Read morePublished 15 months ago by M. Massenzio
The Bad Writer's Guide to Amsterdam. Dull prose badly edited, unconvincing plot, charmless (anti) hero, implausible Agatha Christie inspired 'let's gather all the suspects in the... Read morePublished 18 months ago by barcelona1986
After reading safe house I looked for something else by the author and I love Amsterdam the city so gave the book a go. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Randy L. Collins