James Eves

Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (191 of 209)
Location: London,England

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Railway to the Grave (Railway Detective Series) (T&hellip by Edward Marston
39 of 39 people found the following review helpful
I always look forward to a new outing of the famous Railway Detective Robert Colbeck and Sargeant Victor Leeming and i am not disappointed.In this new case we find them in Yorkshire looking into the suicide of a old friend of his boss Superintendent Tallis,but this is only the start of the intrigue as the wife of the dead man is missing and the locals believe that the dead man had killed her.This is a grand romp with lots of railway interest,that has been throughly researched and has a fast-moving plot with meny twist and turns that has you guessing to the end.If this is your first excursion with Robert Colbeck it will not be long before your looking for the rest of the time table.
Realm by James Jackson
Realm by James Jackson
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars DUCKS AND DRAKES, 4 Jun 2010
I found myself in two minds about Realm,in that for the first part of the book i found that it read more as a swahbucking adventure,but some how it did not quite take me into the thick of the action,but then when we moved on to Drake and the armada and we really got into the detail and informed research that James Jackson brings to his books,that is when he won me over.I never really gelled with our lead characted Christian Hardy,who reminded me of a Errol Flynn type of leading man, it was with his side kicks that i felt more at home with,in that there was more depth to them,although you would like to know a little more of their past.So to sum up,this to me did not quite make a five,but is… Read more
Scarlet Sash: A Novel of the Zulu Wars by Garry Kilworth
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
As a fan of Fancy Jack Crossman,i was looking forward to Garry Douglas Kilworth new man of action and how he would compare with our established hero of six action packed adventure`s.Well a very promising start,set in the Zulu Wars of 1879 he has our Ensign Sabastian Early following in the footsteps of John Wilcox `Simon Fonthill` and Saul David `George Hart`,but where they were in the thick of the action at Isandlwana and Rorke`s Drift Sabastian is more of a observer to the events, although he is in the action at Rorke`s Drift.Were i think Garry has been clever is that he appointed Sab as the Provest-Marshal of Lord Chelmsford army,and he soon fine`s out it the most unpopular posting in the… Read more

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