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Inkier Than the Sword (The Falconer Files - File 3)
Inkier Than the Sword (The Falconer Files - File 3)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Beware of the Billhook, 27 May 2012
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Frazer, Falconer and Fluorescent Davey strike again ! This was another masterly Who-Dunnit which kept me glued to the Kindle. Andrea Frazer has a super turn of phrase and her characters are so colourful. Again, the most unsuspecting person was the vile murderer and took me by surprise, not with a billhook, luckily. Andrea's description of the lay-out of the village was very helpful at the beginning of the book, although I had to read it a couple of times to orientate myself. A super read indeed.

Carol Chamberlain, West Sussex


Choral Mayhem
Choral Mayhem

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another 'gold strike' for Andrea Frazer, 19 April 2012
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I loved this book. It was exciting, full of red herrings, and just what the whodunnit fan requires. It was also scarey in places when, for example, the 'heroine' was being hunted be the villain. Again, Andrea Frazer's descriptions were excellent, especially the effects of the drought on the land and the effects of the heat on people and their behaviour. But, most of all, the use of music, both choral and orchestral, plus the hidden message in a piece of score were novel and so interesting. Super stuff 1

Carol Chamberlain, West Sussex


Death of an Old Git (The Falconer Files - File 1)
Death of an Old Git (The Falconer Files - File 1)

17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars a smile of satisfaction, 19 April 2012
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Wow, what a super engrossing 'whodunnit'. It was so enjoyable and very difficult to put down before one's eyes began to blur with sleep ! Andrea Frazer writes so well and still captures with reader with clever 'asides' and a deep sense of humour.
Loved it and will read her other 'Falconer'books. One of your reviewers wrote that they didn't like the title of 'Death of an Old Git'. Maybe not, but at least it captured the attention of people like myself. Well done !

Carol Chamberlain, West Sussex


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