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Reginald Hill The Only Game
Title: Only Game Binding: Paperback Author: Reginald Hill Publish ...
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Good Morning, Midnight - Reginald HillReginald Hill back on form (939 words)
by sunmeilan - written on 17/10/06 (Very useful, 181 readings)
new to the police force, has also featured in two or three books now and is clearly another character with potential for success. All in all, excellent characterisation by Reginald Hill, such a relief after some of the blander detectives such as PD James Dagleish and Peter Robinson s Alan Banks. The author Reginald Hill now lives in Cumbria, although he has spent part of his life in Yorkshire, where the Dalziel and Pascoe books are based. Good Morning, Midnight is the twentieth book featuring Dalziel and Pascoe, who first appeared in A Clubbable Woman in 1970. Hill has also written a series of books featuring Joe Sixsmith, a West Indian private investigator, as well ...
Good Morning, Midnight - Reginald HillGood Morning, all (627 words)
by chang2 - written on 31/07/06, updated on 02/08/06 (Very useful, 91 readings)
The title of Good morning, Midnight , a crime novel from Yorkshire writer Reginald Hill, refers to a line by American poet Emily Dickenson. Rather bizarrely, it is also a greeting addressed to his lover by DCI Andy Dalziel. First published in 2004, Hill turns his attention to the post 9/11 world and impending Iraqi invasion. The plot neatly brings in a reference to an earlier novel, and traces US policy back to Irangate, when Ronald Reagan (allegedly?) sold arms to Iran, using the profits to fund right wing forces in Central America. It is not a giant step from the resulting prosecutions to the Enron scandal, the fall out from which manages to drift as far as ...