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The Art of Breathing (Scarborough Mysteries Book 3) by [Evans, Kate]
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About the Author

Kate Evans is a writer of fiction, non-fiction and poetry. Her book, Pathways Through Writing Blocks in the Academic Environment, was published by Sense Publishers in 2013. She has an MA in Creative Writing from Sussex University and teaches on the Degree in Creative Writing at the University of Hull, Scarborough campus. She is trained as a psychotherapeutic counsellor. She loves walking by the sea and afternoon tea.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 698 KB
  • Print Length: 205 pages
  • Publisher: Avenue Press Scarborough (18 Oct. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01MA3SM7M
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #583,220 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Paperback
This is a well-handled police procedural with an attractive and very human detective – Theo Akande. The novel's investigations and interrogations are convincing, as is its handling of Police politics and academic shenanigans and its evocation of the North Yorkshire coast setting. What lifts the book into a different dimension are its recurrent attention to two underlying themes. One of these is how can we be sure of what has happened, even if we think we know it; or think we have seen it; or even think we have experienced/been victim of it?

The other theme is the long, slow, chequered trajectory of recovery – or partial recovery – after trauma and/or depression. The character of Hannah Poole, Evans' other main protagonist, can at times seem frustrating – not least to herself! However, in this volume, we see her quickening pace towards a better, happier life and even essaying heroism during her important contribution to the Police investigation.

This is volume 3 of the 'Scarborough mysteries'. There is a growing personal chemistry in the relationship between Hannah and Theo and there is a particular assurance in Evans' writing when she beings the two characters together. Her admirers will hope for even more of it in volume 4.
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Kate’s writing style is a joy and it has been a pleasure to return to the Yorkshire town by the sea for the third of the Scarborough Mysteries Series. Her descriptive writing gives a strong sense of place, and her main characters continue to grow and intrigue the reader with their complex thoughts and motivations. The tension builds from the first page, and I found myself willing them to make good choices and keep safe. The story arc in The Art of Breathing is just perfect – keeping the reader engaged by the characters and strong plot line right until the final page.
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This is a crime novel with a difference.
DS Theo Akande investigates a suspected murder and uncovers family feuds and old enmities in a web of intrigue. The novel plunges us into the windswept landscape of Scarborough and characters’ turbulent lives, in fascinatingly interconnected worlds. Kate Evans keeps us in suspense as personal dramas and criminal investigations unfold. A fine volume of the four part Scarborough Mysteries.

Jane Austin
3/11/16
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