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The Fenwold Inheritance by Dave Evardson
The Fenwold Inheritance by Dave Evardson
Writing a sequel is no mean feat. Whilst Dave Evardson's latest novel is described as a stand-alone, I think those who've read his first book, "The Fenwold Riddle" , will be at an advantage.
In this second 'installment' of Evardson's futuristic vision of life on Planet Earth, major characters reappear, but time has moved on substantially, and a new generation is poised to take up the reins of power.But the distant past intrudes on the lives of the people of Fenwold, particularly those dwelling in the New Territories--the area beyond the mysterious Wall of novel one.
Dominic Bradley, hero of the first book, has become Governor of Fenwold and now commands greater power. He is… Read more
The Private Detective by Christopher Green
The Private Detective by Christopher Green
4.0 out of 5 stars Short and Sweet, 15 Jan 2014
Overall, "The Private Detective" is a charming, old-fashioned detective adventure, reminiscent in style of Mark Haddon's "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time".
Hard-working, hard-drinking Stanley Canton,finally solves an intricate case which places him in grave, personal danger--but not before he encounters some shadowy villains, nasty thugs, seductive, strong-willed females, sceptical police officers, and an MP with a secret he's desperate to hide.
Supported by his loyal PA,Celia, Canton manages to survive physical attack and false accusations, and Chris Green leads us on a merry dance to uncover the various mysteries even though he leaves us with a few loose… Read more
Citadel by Kate Mosse
Citadel by Kate Mosse
4.0 out of 5 stars Gripping!, 15 Oct 2013
As always I thoroughly enjoyed Mosse's novel. She creates the Carcasonne region brilliantly and her characters are engaging. A real page-turner!