Assume Nothing, Believe Nobody, Challenge Everything: Featuring DI Avison Fluke Kindle Edition
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Assume Nothing, Believe Nobody, Challenge Everything is a collection of short stories that introduces you to Fluke and his team whilst solving crimes in Cumbria. They are all brilliant stories that you can read with a brew for 10/15 minutes. I have to say my favourite story is Skuttlebutt; I won’t say too much but I saw the author’s sense of humour shining through. I’ll be returning to Cumbria and Fluke before long and reading Born In A Burial Gown.
If you fancy a police procedural read that’s snappy and doesn’t keep you waiting, I suggest you get yourself a copy of Assume Nothing, Believe Nobody, Challenge Everything.
I dislike writing which focuses on what something is not, but I find myself here comparing what I discovered to what I presumed. I’d noticed Mike Craven around various crime fiction sites and he writes well, so in a flurry of responses, Mike’s tend to be amongst those I read. Mike is from Cumbria UK and has spent many years in the probation service. His work has been described as "gritty"—facts which would seem to identify work I don’t want to read. How wrong could I be? Turns out, completely!
Mike’s first novel was shortlisted for the Crime Writers Association 2013 Debut Dagger Award. First thing I did when I finished the short stories this morning was to run out and buy myself a copy.
Theresa de Valence, Reviewer http://www.ReviewsByTdeV.com
The collection is made up of six short stories, dealing with alleged child abuse, team psychology, expert witness conduct, cyber-crime, diplomat recovery and crime families. The characters are a welcome constant, but the actual stories are all fascinatingly varied.
I'm not normally one for short stories, but this collection was interesting, fast-paced, and joining my Sherlock Holmes collection on the shelf. It's that good.
*I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.