Smokescreen - Betty Rowlands Reviews
Description:ISBN 0727866699 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Betty Rowlands / Hardcover / 220 Pages / Book is published 2008-06-03 by Severn House Publishers Ltd
Newest Review: ... of the Scene of Crime Team, but now she is directly involved in the resulting investigation. I struggled when she was in that ... more
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by - written on 19/12/10 (Very useful, 86 readings)
==Background:== I purchased this book recently with an Amazon voucher I received. As a few weeks ago I had my first experience Betty Rowlands writing in her novel 'Dirty Work'. So I was keen to read another one within the same series of books to see how it compared. ==About the author:== Betty Rowlands is a British author who has written 23 novels, she specialises in mystery and crime fiction. Indeed she not only appears on panels at writer's conferences but is also a member of the Crime Writers Association. The novel I am about to review is one of the series of ten so far in the Sukey Reynolds series and was written in ... Read the complete review
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