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- Print Length: 268 pages
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- Publisher: De Minimis; 1 edition (August 31, 2015)
- Publication Date: August 31, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01392U0YQ
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DCI Morton and his team investigate the death of a celebrated photographer. The crime scene and witnesses are less than helpful.
This had a 'Law and Order' feel to it. Morton and his team do the legwork and the Crown's Prosecutor takes it from there.
Warning: This is for Mature Audiences due to Violence, Crime Scene Details, and Adult Situations.
Unfortunately, I will say that whomever they use as an editor, might need to go a bit slower in the process as there are missing words and misspelled words throughout the ms just like in the precious novel--your instead of you're, etc...
I am used to thrillers with more action, the novels by the Campbell's are good for a more laid back read.
Morton has to deal with all this, and the attendant publicity that such a high-profile case attracts, along with problems within his team, including one detective who, because of a stroke, has communication problems. Clues pile up, problems pile up, but bit by bit, Morton and his team whittle the list of suspects down to two, both with motive and opportunity, but which one did the crime—or, were they working together.
You will enjoy Ten Guilty Men by Daniel Campbell and Sean Campbell. It has suspense, it has humor, and it has a modicum of excitement—well, it is British mystery, and unlike their American counterparts, car chases and shootouts aren’t a staple of good mysteries. If you like well-rounded, but ultimately flawed, characters, tight plots, and good pacing, you’ll like the DCI Morton series.
the mystery transpires in England not the USA.
The only negative is a personal peeve of mine and probably
would not bother others.
I prefer stories I read to take place in the USA.
The English use a lot of slang and terms that have originated with only the British.
I have traveled in this country extensively during my 85 years,
therefore I can picture and identify when the story describes
a location in the USA that I have traveled through.
However, in spite of the location I feel it still rates all 5 stars.
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room. Must read more of this author.