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- Print Length: 224 pages
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- Language: English
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- Average Customer Review: 45 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #5,283 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Dead Before Morning (Rafferty & Llewellyn Book 1) Kindle Edition
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US audiences don't really get many similar pairings, and with many police series tightly framed inside a fifty-minute box it's hard to develop a plot in the way this writer does. Many readers will find this story too long. In part, that's because the diet of 'easy-read' books, and fast-paced cop shows has caused audiences to want a minimalist approach. They don't have time to just sit and lose themselves in a complex story.
That's a shame. Perhaps there are a few plot issues with this book. Maybe it's not as in tune with today's market as some of those written in the past year. However, I would urge you to re-read the conversation between the two detectives and Linda Wilks's parents, as an example.
Those few paragraphs alone revealed so much about families lives. The relationship between the father and mother. The mother's relationship with her late daughter. Ditto for the father. The twitching curtains that offered an insight into how the two parents viewed their neighbours, and vice versa. Rafferty & Llewellyn learned an awful lot to about Linda Wilks's relationship with each of her parents. There were so many layers in those paragraphs that as a reader one could sit back and probe further into what those three characters' lives were like. This may have had a few shortcomings, but its description of the human condition was beautifully observed throughout.
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it wasnt even mildly amusing..
I didn't like any of the main characters..
I kept reading thinking it would get better...it didnt.Read more