The Edinburgh Dead - Brian Ruckley Reviews
Description:Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Brian Rucklez / ISBN: 9781841498652 / Publication Date: 2011 / Publisher: Orbit
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by - written on 17/12/11 (Very useful, 33 readings)
The phrase "jack of all trades and master of none" can apply to writers as well as anything else and I've always been suspicious of authors who switch genres, as they often prove less effective when they do so. Sometimes, however, it does work and having enjoyed Brian Ruckley's fantasy writings such as ''Fall of Thanes'', I found that he's equally as enjoyable when writing a crime thriller. In 1820's Edinburgh, a man is found dead, apparently the victim of an animal attack. The trail leads Sergeant Adam Quire to a John Ruthven, who Quire quickly realises is lying to him about what he knows. Quire's suspicions are further confirmed when his ... Read the complete review
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