The Green Man - Kate Sedley Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847510523 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Kate Sedley / Paperback / 251 Pages / Book is published 2008-09-25 by Severn House ... more
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Kate Sedley The Green Man (Roger the Chapman Mysteries)
Pages: 256, Paperback, Severn House Paperbacks Ltd
Last Update 20.12.2013 22:39
Kate Sedley The Green Man (Roger the ChapmanMysteries)
Pages: 256, Hardcover, Severn House Publishers Ltd
Last Update 20.12.2013 22:39
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by - written on 10/08/11 (Very useful, 99 readings)
==Background:== I am always on the look out for authors I am not familiar with and before reading this book I had never heard let alone read anything from Kate Sedley. About a year ago I read my first few period pieces of fiction by Anne Perry. These I was surprised I enjoyed set in the Victorian times, so I thought I should try one from a different author set in a different time period. ==About the author:== Kate Sedley was born in Bristol in 1926. She specialises in period thrillers and so far she has written 20 novels, of these 19 have been in the Roger the Chapman series of mysteries. The book I am about to review is the 17th of these ... Read the complete review
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