Evil Valley - Simon Hall Reviews
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Newest Review: ... good, and in parts it is, but unfortunately it is so deeply flawed in other parts that I cannot really recommend it. ... more
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by - written on 05/05/09 (Very useful, 94 readings)
Written by BBC crime correspondent Simon Hall, 'Evil Valley' tells the story of TV crime correspondent (see a coincidence here?) Dan Groves. Dan finds himself drawn into the case of a man who is delivering pig body parts to women and then stealing identity documents from them, whilst his policewoman girlfriend Claire is investigating a suspicious looking police shooting of a man who was abusing his wife. Are the two cases connected? And can Dan stop crazy pig-part-man before his crimes escalate? I wanted this book to be good, and in parts it is, but unfortunately it is so deeply flawed in other parts that I cannot really recommend it. Firstly, the ... Read the complete review
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