Hangman - Michael Slade Reviews
Description:ISBN 0451202538 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Michael Slade / Paperback / 352 Pages / Book is published 2001-03 by Signet Book
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Pages: 352, Mass Market Paperback, Signet Book
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by - written on 13/05/09 (Very useful, 14 readings)
Hangman carries on the highly successful, and most enjoyable, Special X series about a division of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police as written by a Canadian Lawyer, Jay Clarke, and his daughter under the pseudonym of Michael Slade. This is the first book the two have writtten together as formerly Jay wrote with some of his associates and the last novel, Burnt Bones, was written entirely on his own. This means that Hangman lacks some of the punch of earlier novels but is still better than the last book which suffered from being over-complicated with an almost comic-book style villan. Once again, in this latest outing, we catch up with an old familiar face from the series Read the complete review
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