Chili Con Corpses: A Supper Club Mystery - J.B. Stanley Reviews
Description:Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: J.B. Stanley / Kindle Edition / 284 Pages / Book is published 2008-01-08 by Midnight ... more
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by - written on 15/12/12, updated on 15/12/12 (Very useful, 49 readings)
The other day I noticed that a small sub section had been introduced within the crime fiction area in my local branch of Waterstones; they call it 'cosy crime' and though I hadn't heard the expression before, it was immediately obvious the type of novels it was referring to. JB Stanley's 'Chili Con Corpses' is exactly the sort of crime fiction that might fall into that category: it's easy to read, slightly camp and don't contain any scenes that might make you tremble with fear, or language that would turn the air blue. It's the third in a series of short-ish novels called 'The Supper Club Mysteries'; I found that this one read perfectly well as a stand alone ... Read the complete review
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