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Caversham House- the Third Furnivall and Stubbs Case by [Conway, Michael Stewart]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1463 KB
  • Print Length: 298 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00G4DSL9O
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This is the third in this series of old fashioned English police thriller that I've read. Therefore I expected the pace to be slower which suited the writing and setting of the novel. The vocabulary is old fashioned and English, to the extent that the Kindle dictionary doesn’t know some of the words used and Google was employed rather a lot. Once I knew what certain words meant they were a perfect fit for the style and context of the book.

Unfortunately, I did become irritated by the constant use of hyphenated words which were not necessary, a few examples: constructed-horizontal strips; gently-curved support and horse-loving Norman, there were many more littered throughout the book. This may have been a formatting issue, I am not sure.

I was also a bit confused towards the end of the book when Marlowe is introduced as it took several chapters before a connection was established. I also found the ending a bit spurious.

Overall it was still a good read but I enjoyed the first two books in the series more.
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This was the third of the Caversham series I've read, maybe he's only written three, but this lacked the oomph of the first two books. The detail of life in Victorian times is amazing but the story itself wasn't as spellbinding, in fact I'd even worked out who'd done it quite early on.
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Another good light read with nice little bits of fact included, the reading up of which always adds to the interest.
I thought this was not quite as good as the first two books, you can only take the Sherlock Holmes pastiche so far and more down to earth police work was needed. Still good value though.
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Thrilling fourth instalment of Furnivall and Stubbs. Historically accurate throughout with fascinating details. The author has researched Victorian London meticulously. More please! !!
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Well written with lots of twist & turns. Will be looking out for other books written by this author. Well done really enjoyed reading this, thank you!
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