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Top Reviewer Ranking: 38 - Total Helpful Votes: 6921 of 7255
Indelible: an English Murder Mystery Set Around Ba&hellip by Peter Helton
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Indelible, 1 Aug 2014
Chris Honeysett is an artist and a private detective but he is less than organised and lives in a very hand to mouth way with his girlfriend who is also involved with Tim his part time employee in the detective agency. When Chris is nearly killed by a runaway car driven by a man who was coming to visit him, he finds himself involved in a strange mystery which leads to him teaching at a private art school, at which he had taught briefly some years before.

I enjoyed the background to this mystery novel though at times I wanted to shake Chris and tell him to get organised! He is an endearing character who has no real illusions about his own abilities or about his somewhat… Read more
The Good Priest: A Father Vincent Ross Mystery (Fa&hellip by Gillian Galbraith
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The Good Priest, 31 July 2014
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Father Vincent Ross - a Catholic priest - finds himself in the middle of a scandal where he has actually done nothing wrong. He is accused of an inappropriate relationship with a parishioner. He is sent on a retreat to get him out of the way. He has also heard the confession of a man who claims to have killed the Bishop. But the confessional is sacrosanct and he can do nothing about it and in any case he doesn't know who it was. In an attempt to salvage his own reputation and his life he sets out to solve the crime and to find out exactly what is going on with some of his fellow priests.

I started off being enthusiastic about this book - reading the first hundred pages very… Read more
A Place for Us Part 1 by Harriet Evans
A Place for Us Part 1 by Harriet Evans
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A Place for Us: Part 1, 31 July 2014
This is the first part of a four part novel which is published between July and October 2014. If you don't like having to wait for the conclusion of a story I suggest buying all four parts before you start reading part one! In this episode, the reader is introduced to the characters and some of their back story but we are left wondering about precisely what it is that Martha wants to announce at her eightieth birthday party which will tear her family apart.

I felt there were just too many characters in this episode to really assimilate. There is Martha and her husband, their three children and their significant others and their own offspring plus a few other people who are… Read more

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