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4.0 out of 5 stars Murder most ghastly, 30 Jan 2014
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Sarah Hague (Montpellier, France) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Deadly Degrees in the Pyrenees (Death in the Pyrenees) (Kindle Edition)
Danielle, the police chief of the small French town near Ceret, has got her work cut out with the latest murder. A much-disliked local woman, Michelle, has been murdered in a particularly ghastly way. Danielle is convinced it's a crime of passion, but her boss, the cousin of Michelle's husband, wants his family kept out of any hint of suspicion.

With her hands tied, Danielle has to keep on looking. Luckily, Michelle got up to a lot of dodgy dealings and there's a huge nasty man after some money he believes she kept for him. Suspicion is thrown on him when another person turns up dead, and then it all sorts itself out in a tidy, convenient way.

This is the second book I've read by this author, and it follows the pattern of the previous one nicely. I appreciated the continuity in Danielle's set up, and in her policing style. Familiar characters pop up, like Byron and her dad, as they would in a small town, so there's familiarity and a sense of cosiness in the story. She's still rude about foreigners and tourists, still gets upset at having her town disrupted by inconvenient murders, and still finds original ways of solving the crimes.

One can get quite addicted to these stories.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Easy reading, 13 Oct 2013
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This review is from: Deadly Degrees in the Pyrenees (Death in the Pyrenees) (Kindle Edition)
This is the latest book by Elly Grant and continues in the same style of her previous novels in the Death in the Pyrenees series. I was introduced to her writings by Cathie in the local coffee shop and have now purchased and read all of her books including those shared by her husband Zach Abrams.
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