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Pel & the Nickname Game Hardcover – 30 May 2002
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'A joy to read... filled with the sounds, smells and tastes of France' - Financial Times * 'Pel and his procedurals are some of the best things since Maigret, a credit to crime's common market.'-Observer * 'Impeccable French ambience, unexaggerated flics... Hebden proves again that few understand Gallic cops better than English writers.'- The Times * 'Last year I was resigned to the fact that there would be no more books about Chief Inspector Pel because of the death of his creator, Mark Hebden... I was therefore delighted to find a new book, featuring Pel, by Mark Hebden's daughter... I was a bit concerned in case it didn't reach the standard of the previous books. But I needn't have worried, it was even better.' - F E Pardoe, Birmingham Post
About the Author
Juliet Hebden lives in France and has taken up writing full time since 'inheriting' Pel after the death of her father and Pel's creator, Mark Hebden.
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27 May 2002
I've always liked the Pel series, and I have been very enthusiastic about the evolution of style in which it is written. Pel and the Nickname game drops the country-sides and goes urban. With insecurity, drugs, 'bavures policières', political corruption and organised crime, Pel has gained his fair share of the darker side of France.