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another masterly and highly-entertaining offering from Andrew Peters
on 7 March 2013
Andrew Peters presents his crime stories in a uniquely engaging style. There is humour leaping from every page, but let that not detract from the intelligent yarn-spinning that holds you from start to finish. The three short stories are about serious business...crimes of murder, but recounted through the sometimes gin-, brandy- or whisky-assisted memory of retired Chief Superintendent Williams...the deft telling through the monologues of Williams carries its own excellent pace , and for those of us of a certain age, the throwback references to elements of the 'sixties are priceless gems...a thoroughly enjoyable read..well done, author, take a bow...