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Remember No More by [Newton, Jan]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1073 KB
  • Print Length: 302 pages
  • Publisher: Honno Press (16 Mar. 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01MQY69PQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #176,450 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I have to say, this has been one of the most delicious reads I’ve enjoyed in a long time. I’m no stranger to Jan’s prize winning short stories. She has a superb skill at crafting well-paced, intriguing tales and creating memorable characters; you know, that elusive type you either cheer for or find yourself shouting at! I wondered, could Jan weave her storytelling skills over a three hundred page novel….only time would tell.

So, it was very late on a Sunday night when I finally began reading. I (foolishly) imagined that ten pages would be my tally before sleep would overtake me. I could not have been more wrong. Exhaustion finally halted me at page one hundred and fifty eight! I simply could not put this book down. The following morning, bleary eyed, I immediately pawed the bedside table for the remaining pages. Within hours I’d feasted, and I can tell you, it was good!

Right now I am fighting the urge to spill the beans, to let you know who, what, where and how…..but why should I rob you of this pleasure. Jan has totally succeeded in stepping up from a short story to novel proportions without any loss of stride or charm. She has also given us a detective novel firmly rooted in mid-Wales from someone who knows the subtleties of both location and locals.
I'm positive D.S. Kite will be back very soon, personally I can't wait!
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I eagerly awaited the publication of Jan Newton’s book, a crime novel set in the area of mid-Wales where I was born and grew up. I was not to be disappointed and was gripped by the story from the start. For me, the setting of the novel is a strong feature of the writing, and by keeping to the actual place names of the area I felt I was there with DS Julie Kite at every turn of the murder investigation. The place comes alive. I could empathise with the characters and the contrast between her colleagues in Manchester and Builth Wells is very well drawn. I particularly like the way the author gives us some false leads with events that happened previously and I love the twist at the end. Intrigued to know more about DS Kite, about her marriage and her personal life as well as more cases that she’ll solve in the mid-Wales force, I can’t wait for the sequel.
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City police officer DS Julie Kite transfers to a rural Welsh community and rapidly discovers that rural mid-Wales isn’t at all like Manchester. Which gives us a chance to see that community through the eyes of an incomer, and it is portrayed lovingly and beautifully. It’s a community haunted not by riots and organised crime but by memories of foot and mouth, domestic tragedies and family feuds. I’m very much looking forward to the future exploits of DS Kite.
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I loved this book. I thought Julie Kite was a well-drawn character and her culture-shock at moving from Manchester to mid-Wales provided an excellent way of presenting the location to the reader without simply giving us wodges of description. The plot was well-constructed, the perpetrator not obvious (though not a deus ex machina either) and the interactions between characters convincing and engaging. And, as an added bonus, Jan Newton turns a very elegant sentence. The through-line for the series provided both by Julie and Adam's relationship and Julie's ongoing inculturation has set things up nicely for the next book. I'm going to be waiting eagerly for it.
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Remember No More is a cleverly paced crime story packed with rural descriptions and superb level of detail. I found the story full of twists and turns that are cleverly woven with local knowledge. The writer has managed a vivid portrayal of rural life without clichés or stereotyping. The plot is calculated but believable and kept me guessing right up to the end. Intriguing and a pleasure to read, I look forward to more from D.S. Kite.
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Introduction of a lovely cast of characters for what I hope will be a series of crime thrillers, set in rural Wales.
Strong plotting, with parallel threads and a few surprises.
Natural dialogue, and nice to have a female lead character who appears human.
Would make a great TV series - with a more positive spin than the Hinterland tales!
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My first Jan Newton story, and it won't be the last; I am a fan of detective fiction; and for me this was right up there with the established authors. Great plot, finely drawn characters and it evoked Builth Wells and the area well for me.
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I love detective stories and enjoyed this debut novel very much. Never read such a book with the landscape of Wales in such evidence. D C Kite is a great character and I look forward to further encounters in the mountains of Wales in and around Builth Wells!
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