The Little Victim - R. T. Raichev Reviews
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Newest Review: ... investigating the crime. Using her husband Major Payne as a sounding board she proceeds to separate the crime from the ... more
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by - written on 03/10/12 (Very useful, 68 readings)
The little victim is a crime story written by RT Raichev involving Antonia Darcy and Major Hugh Payne, the story is as with all RT Raichev books part crime mystery and gentle sarcasm of the whole author finds a murder and solves the crime. As with all the other books in the Antonia series there are clues that the reader can follow and with a little leap of faith solve the crime, though in this case I didn't and the crime had a nice twist at the end. Antonia Darcy is a semi famous crime writer who has had considerable success as a writer; she also stumbles across murders and has an ability to solve despite doing very little in the way of investigating the ... Read the complete review
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