A Question of Identity - Susan Hill Reviews
Description:ISBN 0701186569 / Author: Susan Hill / Hardcover / 368 Pages / Book is published 2012-10-25 by Chatto & Windus
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by - written on 24/03/13, updated on 25/03/13 (Very useful, 45 readings)
Susan Hill's fictional policeman Simon Serrailler has quickly established himself as a fan favourite and a breath of fresh air in murder mysteries. Many modern entries in the genre tend to have a body count in the hundreds, a range of wacky serial killers and troubled policemen with issues so the more sedate pace of Hill's books are a welcome change. Dead bodies are normally relatively limited and whilst Simon Serrailler may face family issues, they are the sort of normal problems that many of us face each day and not outlandish quirks designed to draw attention. In this seventh novel, Serrailler is hunting for an accomplished killer who preys on old ladies. ... Read the complete review
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