Darkness & Light - John Harvey Reviews
Description:ISBN 0151011338 / Author: John Harvey / Genre: Crime / Thriller
Newest Review: ... help of an old colleague, Maureen Prior, begins to investigate. Then Claire turns up...tucked up in her bed and very very ... more
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by - written on 06/03/07 (Very useful, 84 readings)
I've read and enjoyed quite a few of John Harvey's books now. He is probably most famous for his Charlie Resnick series, featuring a Nottingham detective, but recently he has branched out into another series featuring an ex-police Detective Inspector living as a hermit apart from when he ventures out to solve the odd murder case. This is Frank Elder and he is the main character in this particular book, the third in the Elder series. Frank Elder is not particularly impressed when he receives a call from his ex-wife, Joanne, who has a case for him - the sister of Jennie, a friend of hers has gone missing and Jennie thinks that foul play may have been involved. ... Read the complete review
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