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Interesting approach in the writing. Good plot after a bit of a confusing start.Published 2 months ago by Ronald D. Reitenour
Not up to Reginald Hill's usual standard, but it did have some redeeming features.Published 6 months ago by Greg Farrell
Just one of the most intricately plotted books I've read this year...the depth of character development for even peripheral characters is impressive... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
The injury of Dalziel early on and the extensive " stream of his unconscious mind" gave a major opportunity to Pascoe who seemed to take on some of the characteristics of... Read morePublished 13 months ago by traveler GVAZ
My first intro to the series. I normally do not care for stories about terrorists, but this one drew me in and kept me reading.Published 16 months ago by B. Shirley
I have read and admired many of the Dalziel-Pascoe books over the years, but this one is probably the best. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Margery L. Goldstein
This police procedural series set in darkest Yorkshire has been around since 1970, and Andrew ("Fat Andy") Dalziel has been a Detective Superintendent in homicide that whole time,... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Michael K. Smith