Star Trap - Simon Brett Reviews
Description:ISBN 0595003516 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Simon Brett / Paperback / 196 Pages / Book is published 2000-06-20 by iUniverse.com
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The Stabbing in the Stables - Simon BrettHorsey entertainment (775 words)
by sunmeilan - written on 17/08/07 (Very useful, 85 readings)
books in this series and can honestly say that I am always delighted to get my hands on one that I have not read. All the books are highly entertaining. Simon Brett manages to write with such wit that the fact that Carole and Jude are apparently able to do what the police cannot do is overlooked. I think that he is also improving from book to book - this is the latest in the series and is, I think, the best yet - something that is not easy to do. Carole is an ex Home Office bod, a divorcee with one son. She does not have much in the way of interpersonal skills and often manages to say the wrong thing at the wrong time, but she is sharp and tenacious, which makes her ...
The Body on the Beach - Simon BrettFun and games in Fethering (741 words)
by sunmeilan - written on 01/09/06 (Very useful, 86 readings)
Simon Brett is probably best known for his book entitled How to Be a Little Sod, which has been televised starring Rik Mayall. He is, however, also a prolific writer of crime novels and has written two series, one featuring Mrs Pargeter, and the other, the Fethering mysteries. This book is the first in the series of the Fethering mysteries. I have previously read another in the series and so knew what to expect – a light, somewhat fluffy read that is nevertheless highly entertaining. The story Carole Seddon, who has lived in Fethering since her early retirement from the Home Office a while before, is horrified to find the body of a dead man on the beach while walking her dog ...
The Hanging in the Hotel - Simon BrettAnother dawn, another death. (631 words)
by blackviolets - written on 05/09/09 (Very useful, 43 readings)
finally returned to my favourite type of fiction. That being your classic murder mystery novel. Whilst you can t get any better than a bit of Agatha Christie, Simon Brett does have a vast amount of crime fiction under his belt. Well over 20 books, then there s the plays he s scripted and his collection of childrens stories as well. This is the third book of his which I have read and so far I can see as to why he is quite popular. When Jude helps out her friend, ex-superstar model Suzy Longthorne, in her hotel at a private function for male society The Pillars of Sussex things don t go according to plan. Despite a young solicitor being happy and elated after talking ...