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Was lent this book by a friend and read it in a couple of days, my husband was surprised to hear me actually laughing as I read it, its the references to Insch's sweets that does it for me everytime! Immediately went out and bought some Tunnocks caramel wafers as a thank you to the friend who had lent me the book, he understood the meaning! If you haven't read any Stuart Macbride books...WHY? You are missing a real treat
I have read all the Logan McRea series and find them all fantastic, but think this has to be one of his best, it is full of dark wit and at times will make you laugh out loud, wonderful!
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Really enjoyed this one, definitely couldnt put it down, read it in a day! Wasnt as complicated as some of her previous books, looking forward to reading the Mephisto Club next, Tess is fast becoming one of my favourite authoress's
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I still enjoyed the book but it was a little complicated with all the twists and turns, very enjoyable though and had to read in a few nights
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Didnt think this was as good as previous books but was still quite a good storyline, just a little complicated in places, not one of her best but well worth a try!
second in the series of Isles/Rizzoli books, not disappointed! Read it in a few nights, brilliant, if you havent tried Tess Gerritsen books, all I can ask is WHY? she is great!
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I was lent the book keeping the dead which was fantastic, so decided to buy all the Maura Isles/Jane Rizzolli series, this is the first one and is brilliant, couldnt put it down, racing through them now and cant get enough!
The Silver Sword
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I first read this book as an 11year old and it was the best book I have ever read, it really makes you wonder how children survived the horrors of war. I am now a lot older than 11 and have read it a few times over the last few years, and it still moves me, I have just bought it for my 10 year old god daughters birthday and she loved it as well, its a classic and should be read in schools to teach children just how lucky they are to live in these easy times without hardship and struggles
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Picked this up at a charity shop and read it in a day while ill in bed, its fast paced, jumps between the different characters with ease and was unputdownable, everything I want in a book! the characters are believable and she describes areas of London and what goes on there with great detail, will definitely read one of her books again
this is the first lesley pearse book I read, fantastic, if you want a great read from childhood to adulthood, look no further than this